Have you ever met anything like a Hybrid Hydroponic System?

I have an idea of ​​aquaponics growth and the flowering phase would take place in clay

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I have a dual root zone aquaponics set up dwc style.

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And first you grow in water and then you put the flower into the coconut?

No first in coconut, then in water. I change my water to my fish tanks every 2 weeks and I use it for plants.

I still do not have live fish but I will do it, thinking about the aquarium with fish and the flower will grow from the aquarium I would like to have it in the living room if it will work, have you ever seen it before?

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My clones

in coco,vermiculite and perlite. my clone dual root zone

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I have 3 aquariums, a 45 gallon, 36 gallon and a 10 gallon, plus a small pond outside.

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Since I’m doing lots of water changes the water gets changed into the buckets and once in done with that water it goes outside to my pond. I feed all the fish different foods, some tanks are higher in nitrogen and some are feed foods higher in potassium and phosphorus.

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I also made some clonesIMG_20180409_013158

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Yes lots of beautiful clones.

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Parents probably saw: smile:

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I’m new to aquaponics so I’m still learning, I have done lots of outside grows but I’m liking aquaponics a lot more. I’m still growing outside but a lot less.

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I’m not an expert though when I see what flowers are right for my heart I’ll give it to them: wink: I’ll learn long enough I’ll have to be good too It’s just that I really enjoy it

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Yes very enjoyable !!

I still want to ask you, do your fish swim in the aquarium between the roots?

No my fish tanks are totally separate. It’s like if I’m growing hydro and my nutrients come from my fish tanks.

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Sorry špatně jsem to nejspíš poslal

“english”
(I probably sent it badly)

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Sorrry don’t understand?

Fish love to eat roots.

And would not it have some way of separation?

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