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Saturday, July 24, 2010

More for Newbies and then some.....

Keeping the trend going, There are several interesting sites that are just begging to be looked at that are full of vital information.
So often we can go to a site and after reading a few lines we find within ourselves a feeling of false security because there seems to be nothing that we haven't already read or heard.
The problem is, there could be a little gem in the very next line or paragraph. Some experience or problem that has been overcome the hard way. Something that leaves us with "Thank God I kept Reading".
They say there is nothing you can't find on the web. But you need persistence and really well organized search techniques. 
Or just keep reading what we have here......lol

It does take time and effort to learn how to operate a system and anyone who says different would be telling a lie, but in the end...

systems can actually produce 8 to 10 times the volume of vegetables in the same space and time as conventional farming systems.This makes aquaponics an...

Lloyd Fischel of Lanikai Farm will welcome attendees for a tour of his aquaponics system, where he...

The tilapia fish are still alive and swimming and the plants that are growing in the nutrient laden water are growing quite well. I have to say the...

Aquaponics is the symbiotic cultivation of plants and aquatic animals in a recirculating environment....

Ideas included geothermal and passive solar greenhouses; aquaponics — to raise fish and produce in small urban spaces; edible landscapes....

WARNING....This is an MJ grower but his Videos are SO GOOD...

OK, Like I said above always read the fine print - There is always something new.....

And where it all Started....
On an eighth of an acre, a person can produce 25,000 pounds of food, Rakocy said. Of that, 11,000 pounds are fish and 14,000 pounds are vegetables.

That might do for today..

But just to update you on our progress, our BSF gear is now moving along and flies are laying so the lavae will soon be appearing, our test unit is still operational and the major setup is starting to look something special. Will include photos soon..

All the Best
Ozzie


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