Endless Food Systems Sanctuary Series - These full size aquaponic systems include everything you need to get started except water and fish! The smallest kit in this series is 32 square feet of grow space and can be expanded by adding additional grow beds up to 128 square feet of growing space. Genesis Series - There are two systems in this series. One is 11 square feet of grow space and can be expanded up to 22 square feet of growing space by adding an additional growbed. Important: This series Does Not include pebbles to keep prices lower, but you can add them on if you prefer. This series is maxed out at 22 square feet of grow space, therefore if you think you may need more in the future you may want to start with the sanctuary series.
The Future of Agriculture We have a new website under development that should launch in the next 4 weeks. Please stay tuned! Like this: Like Loading... Tessa Mclean wrote a wonderful piece on us for the Serious Eats website. Wilson Solar Grill Stores the Sun's Energy For Nighttime Grilling Many of us will be firing up our grills this weekend for some well-deserved barbecue time. After all, barbecuing is one of America’s greatest pastimes, but it certainly isn’t one of our most environmentally friendly. Whether you prefer charcoal, wood chips or propane, grilling releases emissions and contributes to poor air quality.
5 Popular Zombie Survival Tactics (That Will Get You Killed) Everybody has a zombie contingency plan. A unique and ingenious stratagem they've spent hours contemplating that ensures they and their loved ones will stay alive in the event of a zombie apocalypse. The only problem? You've got the exact same essential plan as everybody else: go raid the gun store, get out of the cities as fast as possible, find a sturdy base to fortify and hole up in, use a melee weapon whenever possible to conserve ammo and--if the worst does come to pass and you find yourself facing down a crowd of the undead--take your time, aim carefully and make every shot a head shot. Jesus, you're not going to last five minutes. Here's why:
sustainable indoor farming Milan's Vertical Forest Wednesday, 12 October 2011 GreenMuze Staff Milan’s Vertical Forest from Stefan Boeri Architects. The Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) will be the greenest building in Milan when completed, which is one of Europe’s most polluted cities. Designed by Stefan Boeri Architects, as part of their BioMilano vision to incorporate 60 abandoned farms into a greenbelt surrounding the city. The Bosco Verticale building has a green façade planted with dense forest systems to provide a building microclimate and to filter out polluting dust particles. Fish Commonly Used In Aquaponics Gardening Aquaponics is the combination of hydroponics and aquaculture used to grow healthy organic plants such as vegetables and herbs. The relationship between these two components is symbiotic. This means the aquaculture system provides the plants in the hydroponics grow beds nutrients to grow. Conversely the plants in the hydroponics component filter the water received from the fish rearing tanks in the aquaculture system of toxic compounds. This cleansed water is feed back to the fish rearing tanks. The types aquaponics fish you use will determine the frequency inwhich you will need to cleanse the water they are living in.
How One Startup Sold $6,000 Worth of Charcoal on Kickstarter Name: re:char Big Idea: Utilize organic waste to create carbon-negative charcoal, a substance that pulls CO2 from the air and helps crops grow taller and stronger. Why It's Working: Re:char's mission is about providing farmers — both at home and in developing countries such as Kenya — with conservation-oriented soil-boosting complexes that can double food output compared to traditional farming methods. How do you convince longtime traditional farmers that they could produce 200% more food every crop season if they mix their soil with specially-designed charcoal?
How To Fillet A Fish To properly fillet a fish you’ll need a few items: A fillet board with a clamp to hold the fish in place.A fillet glove (this is a must if you value your fingers, tendons, and not spending time in the emergency room).A sharp fillet knife. The steps involved are to Clamp the fish down on the board by the nose or front of the fish.Cut behind the gills for an access to the next cut. Don’t cut through the backbone.Run your blade from the access cut to the tail of the fish. Aquaponics A small, portable aquaponics system. The term aquaponics is a portmanteau of the terms aquaculture and hydroponic agriculture. Aquaponics (/ˈækwəˈpɒnᵻks/) refers to any system that combines conventional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fish, crayfish or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. In normal aquaculture, excretions from the animals being raised can accumulate in the water, increasing toxicity. In an aquaponic system, water from an aquaculture system is fed to a hydroponic system where the by-products are broken down by nitrifying bacteria initially into nitrites and subsequently into nitrates, which are utilized by the plants as nutrients, and the water is then recirculated back to the aquaculture system.
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Hydroponics NASA researcher checking hydroponic onions with Bibb lettuce to his left and radishes to the right Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture and is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel, biochar, mineral wool, expanded clay pebbles or coconut husk.
CFS (Cybernated Farm Systems) - Douglas Mallette - Members - i-genius Welcome to the 21st Century posted on Monday, July 11, 2011 04:08 PM Welcome to the 21st century, an age of amazing capabilities that were but dreams decades ago, and unimaginable centuries before that. Sadly, those capabilities that are not being utilized to their maximum potential for the largest benefit to mankind. To that end, it is unconscionable that any human being on the planet should go hungry, especially given our advanced technical capability to assist in producing food with minimal human labor input. One of the largest problems in the market, with respect to food, is the centralized nature of production and the costly expense of distribution, as evidenced by rising food prices that parallel rising gas prices.
Dublin's Urban Rooftop Farm The idea is to convert a negative space into one that creates benefit for the community Urban Farm has secured workshops & 400sqm's of rooftop space in Dublin city centre where we are researching and demonstrating intensive urban growing techniques. We have begun building facilities to host events & community groups and provide hands-on workshops that teach responsible food production, carpentry, energy-saving systems, ecological cycles, and community self-sufficiency observing organic & pesticide free practices.