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Aquaponics for Profit – Back to Reality | Earthan Group Pty Ltd

Aquaponics for Profit – Back to Reality | Earthan Group Pty Ltd | Aquaculture Sustainability | Scoop.it
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EarthanGroup's curator insight, February 28, 2013 1:45 PM

The next installment shows some hydropoinic hobby farm figures to think about

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The Aquaculturists: 16/04/2013: Territory's biggest barra farm expands; satellite data can help protect bluefin tuna; developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands

The Aquaculturists: 16/04/2013: Territory's biggest barra farm expands; satellite data can help protect bluefin tuna; developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands | Aquaculture Sustainability | Scoop.it

The Northern Territory's largest barramundi farm has officially launched an expansion, which will take production from 600 tonnes of fish per year to over 1,500 tonnes.Humpty Doo Barramundi, which has been operating at Middle Point for 20 years, has begun building ten new aquaculture ponds and a processing facility.Dan Richards, general manager says the increase in production will equate to a 150 per cent rise in sales."With our most recent expansion we'll be pushing our production to up around thirty tonnes a week which would make us one of the biggest barramundi farms in Australia."


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Three Men and a Boat - Landline - ABC

Three Men and a Boat - Landline - ABC | Aquaculture Sustainability | Scoop.it
The Tacoma Australias first purpose-built tuna fishing vessel not only changed the fortune of Port Lincoln in the early 50s but it transformed the nations fishing industry
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New zone to benefit aquaculture - Port Lincoln Times

New zone to benefit aquaculture
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The new zone was announced after public consultation last year and will give local aquaculture companies more area to grow out produce.
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Aquaculture: Tribesmen go fishing in their backyard

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Fish hatcheries, farms have brought employment to FATA, FR’s doorstep.
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