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Old 09-25-17, 01:09 PM   #841
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Far out pinball your fish are getting big , dinner is approaching fast , at what age and size do you harvest them at ?

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Old 09-25-17, 09:01 PM   #842
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Most people grow tilapia to plate size. A tilapia can be plate size in about 12 months.
It is time for me to replant the green house and harvest some fish.

The tomato plants are huge 12’ tall and taking over the green house. It is time to start planting lettuce.
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Old 09-28-17, 10:34 PM   #843
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Nice , and healthy eating. Great Solar heat house and build / idea.

Im thinking doing this to a attached Solarium , read about using rocks in storage tanks that were air vented to heat and always wanted to try it.

Could use some advice
in a Area with weather similar to say Seattle thinking that running a 35 pint dehumidifier with a drain set on auto packed in with the rocks to prevent mildew and keep the air moving & warmish

It seems to me the Article from yrs ago had two rock storage areas

Do you have any advice is the plan sound or am I overthinking it and the dehumidifier is not really a good way to go ?
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Old 12-14-17, 11:02 AM   #844
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The other night I was cold here 12 am 32 degrees down to 24.8.
The greenhouse was 55.5 at 12 am down to 52 degrees. Not too bad
Here are the charts keep mine these charts are sorted differently.



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Old 12-18-17, 04:51 AM   #845
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I love your work. Just keep going.
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Old 12-29-17, 09:41 AM   #846
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Quick greenhouse update. @12 am it was 30 degrees F down to 22 degrees F.
The greenhouse went down to 52 degrees.
We have strawberries running crazy. Some peppers and I just replanted tomatoes.







this is the greenhouse floor.




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It is very cold here just like everywhere else. This is one of my favorite pictures.
Icicles one the greenhouse and plants growing inside.

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We have peppers strawberries and tomatoes growing.
Here are a couple peppers
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We just had our yearly or every two-year snow.
We have snow on the ground but fish and plants in the greenhouse.
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