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  1. Tezza

    Tezza Junior Member

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    [​IMG]First Spring of My Aquaponics system [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     

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    Tezza; Your caption says these are Spring photos, and yet the tomato vines look brown with ripe tomatoes on them. My tomato vines don't turn brown unless they are dying or dead just before the really cold weather sets in. Great pics, but a little confusing to my simple American brain. I realize April here is April there, but I thought Spring there was Fall here and visa versa. Was I misinformed that Winter means the same thing (Cold Season) in both hemispheres and that Summer here was Winter there. In other words, Do you refer to December as Summer or Winter? Excuse me please. I have to go and sit down on that.

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    Are u sitting comfortably

    It was Autumn

    my mistake when i quickly posted the pics
    They are probly 3 different Seasons and Years, but only by a year no longer
     
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    Thank You Tezza.
    You had me confused (not hard to do) at first. They are great pics.

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    Looks great Tezza, so much lush greenery in WA!
    Do you keep fish in your tanks?
     
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    Nice set up there Tezza, looks great :y:
     
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    Great looking setup Tezza. What is that large pond?
     
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    Hi A Beekeeper... My main tanks for growing adult fish,yabbies,marron etc at different times.. I got tank on the cheap, not overly suitible as its not so high... but it does have floor space for bottom dwelling fish/creatures
     
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    Very cool Tezza. Do you get a lot of fish/crays from the system?
     
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    Unfortunatly Not..Plan change been going slowly on but now going good with Kio ans Gilgies
     

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