So after a month of aquaponics… here are my veggies.
Cauliflower – aquaponics
Chinese cabbage – aquaponics
Our lettuce did not made it, I don’t know why, after they have grown they died, so we’re planting again, there are a few with small leaves now, they will be transplanted to a pot with soil, like what we did with the chinese cabbages and tomatoes.
We’ve added Chinese celery too in the aquaponics, not planted using seeds, but those we bought from the market (to use for cooking), they still have roots, so we took some and planted it, and they’ve grown… fast… now when my recipe calls for a Chinese celery, what I do is go to our “mini farm” and cut some there .
The cauliflower, some are left in the aquaponics set-up and a few planted in soil. Those in the aquaponics grow faster than in soil. The chinese cabbages and tomatoes are the other way around, they grew faster in soil than in our aquaponics set-up, puzzling to us . The onions were replanted too. The garlics were left at the aquaponics.
What we did was put the seeds in the aquaponics set-up they bud faster there… (mas mabilis tumubo, 2 or 3 days lang me mga usbong na). Then when they have grown some more leaves we replanted them in soil.
Forgot to take a pic of the garlic, stevia, basil, parsley . Will post more pics next.