Amit Enventres wrote: What are some edible aquatic plants out there that are easy to grow?
Abe Connally wrote:
Super low stocked with lots of plants?
Amit Enventres wrote:
From what I read about tilapia, most of the ones (if not all) that you buy at the grocery store are hybrids of two types that produce all male off-spring. I guess they are the mules of the fish world. When you go to buy tilapia fingerlings, you may end up with this hybrid, that cannot breed. Otherwise, I guess tilapia readily breed.
For growing big fish for food - you'll need more than a tank just because most fish only grow according to their environment and often get stunted in tanks. Thus, a carp remains small enough to fit in the palm of your hands after several years of life (i.e. the family gold fish). He's really not worth frying up. You may be able to get guppies or some small edible fish to breed enough to make some sort of seasoning...like sardines. As long as they breed, it may work. Carp don't breed until they get full size...so, you need to have a full-sized pond.
As for shrimp - never thought of that! My hubby and I don't eat them, so I haven't considered them or crawfish etc. . . but that's cool! What are some edible aquatic plants out there that are easy to grow? Anyone? I know cattails...
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