Solar Powered Aquaponics - Verticals
Solar Powered GroPockets.
Watch this two-minute video on solar powered GroPockets.
See the next post down for more info re the GroPockets.
Posted By Murray Hallam on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 02:28:07
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Posted By Murray on Tuesday 8th January 2019 @ 09:43:05
myself student of kongunadu arts and science college, india, tamilnadu, am doing my mphil project in aquaponics , would like to know the constraints involved in it. Kindly guide me
Posted By suryaprabha natarajan on Wednesday 10th October 2018 @ 21:19:57
Right now I am still searching for a suitable 24 volt pump. Not entirely happy with the ones I have now. Best at this stage to use a mains power pump.
Posted By Murray on Sunday 17th January 2016 @ 01:02:27
Were you able to get these pumps in stock? If not can you recommend a similar product to use in a tower system like gro pockets (1.8m high towers).
Posted By Samuel Bartlett on Saturday 26th December 2015 @ 06:52:12
Can be seen on You Tube here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W97BBTOWeMM
Or in this website here...http://practicalaquaponics.com/blog/go-pick-a-lettuce/
I hope this is helpful
Posted By Murray on Thursday 27th August 2015 @ 01:16:52
Murray, I accidently deleted your last e-mail with the 7 minute clip on growing lettuce using GroPockets.
Any chance that you can resend it, please?
Posted By Shinsan Hughes on Thursday 27th August 2015 @ 00:48:22
The assembly is available here
Posted By Murray on Monday 17th August 2015 @ 15:53:37
yes it is.
Posted By Murray on Monday 17th August 2015 @ 15:47:46
is the pump brushless
Posted By billyou on Monday 17th August 2015 @ 02:43:23
Do you have details of the sprayer? And do you have plans to visit South America or Brazil?
Posted By jaenicoll on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 16:34:16
Thanks, looks like a great setup.
Posted By Byronboy on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 11:19:44
On the two batteries we have we would only get a few days. Today was very overcast with some light showers. The panels still delivered 28 volts for most of the day. The system switched off at around 5 and the batteries are still good. Time will tell, but so far it is good.
Posted By Murray on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 10:59:52
How long will your pump run for off the battery storage. E.g. if it rains for several days, at what stage do you need to switch over to mains?
Posted By Byronboy on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 07:00:21
Re the pump. We are waiting for stock to arrive.
They will be 136.90 each.
2,400 lph, head = 6.5m
Pump is rated as continuous operation.
24 volts x 3.6 amps = 87 watts
So, 1 x 240 watt solar panel will just do it and charge the battery. 2 x 240 watt panels is much better we have found.
Posted By Murray on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 06:27:35
Do you have a link for the pump?
Posted By Catprog on Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 05:45:00
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