Boston resident Mike Griffin decided a few years ago to try to use a small goldfish pond in his yard to grow some vegetables. Griffin, who had decades of experience in the construction industry, built a greenhouse with gravity pipes that carried nutrient-rich water from the pond. Plants were placed in holes on top of the pipes with their roots stretching down into the water where they were able to feed on the continual stream of fish waste. The piping system then carried clean water back to the pond.
Adding an Aquaponics system to a normal farming system can be a challenge since they really are two different ways of farming. Max Meyers, who will be speaking again at the Aquaponics Association meeting this year in Tucson is amazing at making them all work together and avoiding waste products. The ultimate in sustainable farms.
Tigmandru, Romania Wednesday, August 21, 2013 The Church of the Nazarene in Tigmandru, Romania, is installing an aquaponics system this month to grow fish, fruit, and vegetables. Kyle Petrie, who helped develop a aquaponics system on the rooftop of a Nazarene church in Jerusalem, Israel, assisted the Tigmandru church in planning and installing the system.
MondayFebruary 11th 2013 Brisbane Australia. We will be looking at a wide range of information about the basics of Aquaponics. Come along and learn about: *What is Aquaponics all about? Worlds best ECO system.
By Donna Jones WATSONVILLE — Hundreds of native sturgeon, the largest no more than six-inches long, swim inside a 305-gallon barrel in a greenhouse on Coward Road. The water, containing their waste, is pumped out and through a series of biological filters before flowing into long troughs upon which float rafts of leafy greens. The plants’ roots dangle into the water, feeding on the nutrients generated by the fish waste and cleaning the water for circulation back into the fish tank. This is Viridis Aquaponics, a Pajaro Valley start-up with global ambitions.
Serving the Aquaculture Industry Since 1994 Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponics Short Course The NSW Aquacutlure Association in collaboration with NSW Fisheries and sponored by Pentair Aquatic Ecosystems are holding a two day Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponic Short course in Newcastle NSW on the 21st and 22nd of September 2013.
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