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July 24, 2014 - 15 went

Sensors in Aquaponic Systems

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    I used a camping tent for my temporary greenhouse. The container is a black trash can from home depot for about $15. The plants can provide shade to help prevent algae growth and roots provide some hiding spots for fish.

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