Tom Duncan

How To Improve Fish Tank Health With Aquaponics Systems And Herbal Gardens

Fish have evolved in complex habitat often with biodiverse surrounding that provide for all of the fish’s needs such as food, shelter, medicine and opportunity for spawning. When fish are placed in aquariums and fish tanks, it often starts out as a sterile environment and then only one or two main inputs of water and fish food go into that sterile environment, quickly turning the fish food into fish waste. […]

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Aquaponics Systems – worlds largest project now the smallest – with the Aquaponics Kitchen Garden Kit

Aquaponics can function at many scales, with different applications in a permaculture design. For zone 4 & 5 lake wild areas it functioned as an earth repair design element stopping algal blooms and growing fodder. In Zone 0 inside the home, it functions as a micro aquaponics kitchen garden and educational ecosystem. World’s largest aquaponics system developer – miniturises Aqua Biofilter technology, down, into an Aquaponics Kitchen Garden. Story by […]

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World’s Largest Aquaponics Project, in China’s Third Largest Aquaculture Lake

Lake Taihu experienced its worst ever algal bloom at the height of summer, pushing researchers to search for new solutions. They decided to try a new technology, Aqua Biofilter, that is designed to remove nutrients that fuel algal blooms. An ambitious aspect of the project was to launch the world’s largest aquaponics system, over 4 acres in size, using new technologies in combination with old world bamboo that is used […]

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