It's Like The African Jungle - Indy 23
Prue and Andrew decided to build an Indy 23 Aquaponics system after completing one of our 4 day Aquaponics Future Farm courses.
Well, without too much text we will show the photos. These were taken just two months after the system was planted out.
The system is cycled although there are still some lingering pH issues that will settle down soon.
The system is regularly dosed with Seasol seaweed extract as per what we recommend for new systems.
The growth is remarkable from a new system that has 100 Jade Perch fingerlings and 25 x 1 year old Jade Perch in the second fish tank.
Beneficial bacteria are establishing their presence in the system processing the ammonia from the fish waste. This together with the action of the Seasol, myriads of microbes are at work building up a wonderful nutrient base that is in turn delivering excellent plants for food.
Indy 23 system builds are currently underway in Australia, USA, Spain, Cyprus, South Africa, Singapore, Indonesia, Israel, Philippines, Namibia, Thailand, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Austria.
So as the photos that follow testify...the shocking truth is that the INDY 23 Aquaponics system produces extraordinarily well.
More details about the Indy 23 Plan set can be found here.
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