On Thursday 6 December 2012 Aquaponics Global Ltd International Development Director, Tom O’Donnell M.B.A. is giving a presentation entitled ‘Aquaponics In An Asian Context’ at the AgriPro Asia agricultural trade fair in Hong Kong, China.
The e-book version of that presentation [...]
When setting up an aquaponic system, there are some definite rules of thumb as to how this should be done. I thought it might be useful to codify them into a list.
However, this is what happened when I tried…
The environmental issues surrounding conventional agriculture are well known. According to http://savetherainforest.org, 60% of rainforest loss is due to landless farmers going in to farm along new roads opened up by loggers in the jungle. This is because their land [...]
February 24, 2012
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The main input in aquaponics apart from water and energy, is fish feed. A major component of commercial fish feed is fish meal in many formulations. Feeding fish sustainably requires that we dispose of this ocean fish component in our [...]
February 18, 2012
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With aquaponics, sustainable urban farming reaches new heights of sophistication. As a module in the design of new cities it becomes increasingly attractive when it is realized that with aquaponics, the sustainable new cities would not need to import nearly [...]