"Cool! Your greenhouse sounds kind-of steam punk :)
I know that Friendly Aquaponics has some info. about solar heating.
The trouble with black piping is that it'll radiate heat away at night. I've got a couple of posts…"
"I've been looking into solar heating for that. Thinking about adding mirrors and black finished piping, maybe the lense from a rear projection television I have sitting in my garage, to the system to heat the water as it returns to the…"
I love your videos and information. I'm very interested in your methane digester and aquaponics setup. I have a greenhouse and ibc totes. I'd like to set up an anaerobic digester and aquaponics system. What have you learned about your ibc digester system? How much food waste can it handle? How much biogas does it produce. Any information would be greatly appriciated. Also I see references to part 2 videos and I can't find them
"I got my bees on the 25th of April. They have been doing quite well until I had a problem where a fence would have been a good idea... A 30/06 would have worked if I had been watching and had time to load it and shoot. This is from the DEC's…"
"Sounds interesting. I'd encourage you not to raise tilapia in winter, since the heat you'll need to keep the water at 80 will break your budget. Pool cover over your hoop house can help too. The thing that's the key…"
In my coup I use Six 5-Gallon buckets and 6 metal paint trays (lined with outdoor carpet). The buckets are set at an angle, so that gravity rolls the egg out from under the hens. It falls gently through a hole in the back of the bucket onto the paint tray, then rolls forward away from the hole. I access the paint trays from the outside of the coup. The Chickens never has the chance to eat their own eggs, or attack you when you go to retrieve the eggs. It has worked near perfect for about 1.5…See More
"In my coup I use Six 5-Gallon buckets and 6 metal paint trays (lined with outdoor carpet). The buckets are set at an angle, so that gravity rolls the egg out from under the hens. It falls gently through a hole in the back of the bucket onto the…"