Akiz Perdue: I\'m not sure but ,if anyone else needs to find out about diy aquaponics system plans try Panlarko Expert Aquaponics Planner (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got excellent success with it.
Carbon Viper: Infowars brought me here
prashant jaiswal: What is this suction cap called, can any one tell me. From where I can purchase it.
Joan Burr Salzman: Nice video. I would like to see the rest of the system.
Kyle McKenna: any updates?
Kevin Pola: Great video, very easy to follow. What are the dimension you were talking about?
Alka Vegan: how would you control debris, algae, and filtering
Markus Puschert: so how are things right now? new video maybe or no more aquaponics?
SC Prepper: Are you using tap water? also, what do you feed your fish?
pab rici: Hi, my question is where can i buy or get that plastic tank? cheaper is better :)
stilus: So, with this system, the fish would go in the bottom tub, the foul water brought to the upper pools to feed the plants planted in stones which fill with water periodically, right? Can it be reversed, with fish in the top, the water flowing by gravity to a tank with the plants, it drains out and is pumped up again?
Doree Stone: I love the video. Great info. Just one suggestion. Please find other words (synonyms) for the word basically. It got a bit old hearing you say "basically" constantly. I only suggest this because you are making videos for other people to enjoy and learn from and it would be much more enjoyable if you didn't use the same word all the time. But thank you so much for the terrific info.
Tom Nguyen: where did you buy two upper tubs ?
Yoe Kii: cool
Debbie Burton: Seems need a sump tank, as a lot of water where fish will be gets sucked out. Also seems water doesn't drain out completely, so wouldn't that cause root rot?
Dave Nine: if you add another pipe to your bell say a 4" pipe around the bell and put your slits in that instead of the bell tube you can get the water level lower because your syphon breaks when it reaches the top slit. so instead of slits you can have 1/4" bevels and get the water all the way down to 1/4" (I do this with a router bit). Then as an added bonus you can add a drawer pull to your bell cap so you can start or break syphon early should you want to do that. just a suggestion...
MrRorzchach: no filter for suspended solids?
Moonchild of Orcamoon: SHout out from Melbourne Australia. Keep in in the loop with this awesome system