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Just to give you some tips to try and save your fish, I would do a 20%-25% water change every other day and see if his health improves. You need 25% daily water changes at least, just to keep the nitrate level low enough for it not to be toxic for the poor goldfish.

You might also want to raise the temperature a degree or two per day until you get to the top end of the recommended range for your type of fish. Goldfishes do require a air filter at least if you cant provide a filter for your tank.

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The ability to combine biofiltration and hydroponics allows for aquaponic system to in many cases eliminate the need for an expensive, separate biofilter.

An aquaponic system depends on different live components to work successfully.

By utilizing gravel or sand as plant supporting medium, solids are captured and the medium has enough surface area for fixed-film nitrification.

What type of fish is it and how long have you had it? If that doesn't work it is probably swim bladder disease in which a lot of people say to feed it a couple peas. My one of three years old Goldfish also laying down on one side. Of course, I had this problem, several years ago and I put them which having bladder problem, in a separate tank without food for a few days, and it helped. Starving him for a day before you offer him the boiled , then pealed frozen pea and mash it, thats if he is suffering from bloat .

( boiled peas from a can do risk bacteria and parasites that are not in the frozen pea) This rude behavior is not tolerated here at MAC.

A Deep Water Culture hydroponics system where plant grow directly into the effluent rich water without a soil medium.

Plants can be spaced closer together because the roots do not need to expand outwards to support the weight of the plant.

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