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  • jw4everjan commented on Aqualogue's instructable Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden DIY7 months ago
    Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden DIY

    As you can see we added a little more PVC do you to give me a little more stability an just adding strength to it. i so appericate Mr. Dan for encouraging me to do this.

    Okay I'm actually interested in the Solar issue of it....I did purchase pump from Harbor Freight which actually with a coupon and discount so the total cost so far is about $53.16Also how do you cut the water bottles out there's no real instructions on that...

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  • jw4everjan made the instructable Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden DIY7 months ago
    Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden DIY

    still waiting on the water bottles instruction

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  • jw4everjan commented on bsjackson's instructable Textured Water Bottle Umbrella9 months ago
    Textured Water Bottle Umbrella

    hummm how does it close?

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  • jw4everjan commented on Aqualogue's instructable Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden9 months ago
    Minimal Vertical Aquaponics Garden

    Ok a friend of mine and myself took this on.It takes about 1 day to make this and aside from the pump We have only spent 21.23 centsthus far. I am asking around if someone has a pump they are not using and looking @ thrift stores. I also agree that using reusable items is best. I did hhowever purchase the long 10’ ft. & 4 " PVC pipe and a few ½” fittings that way I know they were not used for anything else, already had sand paper to soften the edges of the holes that were made for the bottles and any cuttings that were done. I am also reusing river rocks which I already had thus, this has been a very cost effective project. epically since I had a clear container that I had in the garage. and I had the hose already from a water line to the fridge left over, so...

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    Ok a friend of mine and myself took this on.It takes about 1 day to make this and aside from the pump We have only spent 21.23 centsthus far. I am asking around if someone has a pump they are not using and looking @ thrift stores. I also agree that using reusable items is best. I did hhowever purchase the long 10’ ft. & 4 " PVC pipe and a few ½” fittings that way I know they were not used for anything else, already had sand paper to soften the edges of the holes that were made for the bottles and any cuttings that were done. I am also reusing river rocks which I already had thus, this has been a very cost effective project. epically since I had a clear container that I had in the garage. and I had the hose already from a water line to the fridge left over, so most expense was the½” fittings and the 10' / 4" PCV; we’ll see about the pump, so far, I’ve priced a new one at 41.09 because the container was bigger then what you had stated to use. I have hopes I can get this at a better price

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