I do aquaponics with my tank. A little context:
I started my 10g as a simple goldfish tank, but through my aquarium research, fell in love with planted tanks. I'm currently in the process of converting my tank into a planted tank. I'm switching my substrate to eco-complete when I move out of my college apartment.
This is also my first attempt at aquaponics. I sprinkled WAY too many seeds in the bed, they've become a tangled mess. I also have insufficient lighting with just 1 60w plant bulb from home depot with a cheap reflector. Kind of ran out of money but I'll get it right next time.
Could not afford a shelf, so I used the furniture I had.
Radishes, Basil, Parsley, Bok Choy, Strawberries (bad idea), Romaine Lettuce
View from my college bed where not enough women have been
^^ You can also see my 1st failed attempt at DIY CO2. (Leaks on the reactor). I have it going correctly now.
It's been fun, but my 2nd attempt at home over the summer should be better. Still trying to figure out the planted tank dosing routine. Any comments/criticisms/suggestions would be most appreciated.