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What's happening with aquaponics?

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Is anyone still trying to get things started?

 

Anyway, a suggestion for anyone still trying it.

Forget lettuce and the like and try some of the local water plants.

 

Here in the Philippines I stick 4 or 5 sticks of cancoon in a jar full of water and give it low light,

It has 1"~2" roots in 24 hours.

Within a week it's doubled in volume.

Who knows what would happen in a fish thing like Paul was working on.

 

Like I said, it's just a suggestion.

 

Kenny

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andy

Kenny you mean like this?

 

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Khmer enterprise near me. Hydro doing well. Very nice setup.

Did put it before on another thread :)

 

 

 

 

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This guy is doing so well he is extending.

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Growing flowers this way would be very good for bee keepers. :)

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I had visited Kampot last year and saw a little bit of the development of this project. 

 

Bokor Hydroponics farm is the biggest farm in Cambodia offers a wide range of organic vegetables.

 

https://www.facebook.com/BokorHydroponicsFarm/

 

 

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