The rain started very early this morning and everything looks so green!
Everything is growing very well, we still haven’t lost any of the seedlings and have even added sage, coriander, basil and tomatoes into the spare spaces.
There is a definite line that exists in aquaponics between running a system on seasol whilst waiting for fish to arrive, and the week or two after fish arrive and the system begins to be powered by waste and the nitrite/nitrate/ammonia cycle.
You can almost see the plants grow and count the new buds and shoots daily.
What will be the biggest learning curve for me in the Deep Water System, will be planting patterns, where things grow best in this system, what slows water flow such as the celery, and what plants need the most or least nutrients. This is really very exciting!
The little system is all mapped for us, we know what grows the best where and what we can get each year from the space we have, but this new system is completely different. And its fun, and we love the fact that we can share it all with all of you.
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The next leg of my road trip took me from Texas to New Mexico, I had some car troubles that stalled me a day. But eventually I made it to the Pecos River and caught my first ever Brown Trout on a very chilly, rainy day