Noah Kronsteiner: you could by a used solar hot water heater and the pump to operate it would use less electricity than 1 of the fish tank heaters and those old solar water heaters are practically free.
Hong J: how much does it cost you in electric each month to keep this running? I am looking to do something similar but in smaller scale.
Manuel Delos Santos Jr.: what feeds are you using for your tilapia?
Dmitry Savy: what kind of pool is that?
towbar1965: can you tell me where I can order oxygen meters like you had.thx
CR7NEYMAR: thats epic i need this in my basement
k price: have you calculated cost per pound of fillet including labor?
Todd Michael: this crap is BOSS
RICHMOND: where did you get that giant barre;
iswi maharjan: Hi I like the video specially about the tips for tilapia aquaculture.The thing I found useful about tilapia aquaculture on youtube is Panlarko expert aquaponics planner.You can also search it on google.
Peter Wong: Being indoor, do you have humidity issues?
sharavanan tirumalai: Super higher dencity tilephiya fishforming,where is it is its located in karnataka.
Adam Pierce: This was interesting though unfortunately a silly exercise. Too many mechanical items to go wrong especially the heaters which is what brought his experiment to a screeching halt. Sorry to hear that but I would like to see you keep pushing the envelope. Don't fall in love with technology and use natural resources as much as possible.
Brenden Russo: Really small fish
Dyer Danforth: "Only a 1k gallons." Heh. So that's the same volume in grow space, right?
JT Bear: Is that pool still holding up after all these years? Thanks for the video!
Robert Kirkwood: have you considered pasave solar heating as a viable heating source to supplement the way you heat . . . . . .and or as far as air, have you looked at a fountain or rotating top water circulatory system
Douglas Viens: why do you use air stones for oxygenation rather than more surface disruption for a waterfall or something???
Gabriel Duque: This stuff is awesome but because it has to be 24/7 tuned on it costs allot
alan spurlock: 500 lbs of fish in a 100 gallons of water, lol
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