yaseer arafadh: i think this's realy comfortable can i ask where can buy the grow bed?
Richard Knott: Very informative. Thanks!
Cole Lumsden: Thank you for your insights Saeid. I am a materials engineer just getting into the aquaponics field, and hope to one day develop my own, all-in-one, plug in and go, do it yourself aquaponics system.
My one question to you is, how will you be integrating a filtration system into your grow? obviously it would need to be between either your grow bed siphons and the aquarium, or between the aquarium pump and the grow bed fill piping.
Any idea on how to do this, while also keeping the cost low? I admire your environmental consciousness, and your commitment to low budget DIY projects such as this. Truly an engineer in your own right.
Thanks for the tips and good luck with the grow! Please respond to my questions, either on here or through my email!
Gaylene Vaneldik: Absolutely fantastic Saeid! So happy that you are helping Malaysia, maybe the word will go viral for others country's. Will definitely pass this on and apply myself. Living on 6 acres of clay soil. Not good. Water Tank for supply. very hard in Summer time in Australia too. Especially when dry,dry,dry in Tasmania, Aus. Thank You Saeid :) Gaylene
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pab rici: after hours of searching/watching different videos on how to diy aquaponics system finally i found this video, excellent one! ..explained very very well. Thank you very much
stilus: I want to build one like this to begin and get a feel for it. Later, I want to build a small pond out of field stone (at the level of yard where my ducks can go in), fed by a well with grow beds around the edges, tumbling down to a grow tank, a ram pump taking the water back up to the pond. The excess splashing from the ram can go down the hill feeding ponds/swales below.
Frito Plays Games: Kind of sad that they didn't take care of this but very nice of you to make it and give them a way to learn to grow their own food and some science and maths
Kaitlyn Claassen: After watching hundreds of hours of "how to make aquaponics" this was the most informative. Thank you.
009kronos: You really explain & illustrate thing well!
montoropale: really helpfull.i'm getting gear up for my own aquaponics system in my home.thanks a bunch sir.god bless
ooOoolllrightythen: I feel inspired to make on this week! Thank you for this. One question first. What are the screws things called that you screw into each side of in the growbeds, that make it water tight? Also are these the same ones you screwed into the sides of the container, where the water pomp enters the grow-bed?
Dylan Eagles: water level needs to be about an inch below the top of pebbles, appart from that SPOT ON :)
Lạng Trịnh Thế: Thanks for share, I love it :D
Naser3ogla: I have seen many videos before this one, by far, this is the best one, very detailed explanation and I recommend this for anyone starting a home Aquaponic system, thank you
Rebecca Spratling: Genius! Love it!
weiner19: Well done.
JACK32767: Well illustrated and a great explanation too!
Major Syko: Nice setup. what about a filter, to filter the water that comes from fish tank to grow bed? I have seen in some videos they are being used and in some not. is it necessary ?
Gary David: So many are no longer human is my feeling and are obeying out of fear. None of us are perfect but you are absolutely a moral human. My thanks to you, Saeid!
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