A Community and Forum For Aquaponic Gardeners
Helping each other to learn and grow big nutritious plants and fish to help feed the world.
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Thank you all for joining my group, I hope to do a lot with all anyone interested. Please tell me any event suggestions you would like us to do.
Started by Dr. George B. Brooks, Jr. on Thursday.
Started by David Schwinghamer May 15.
Started by Dr. George B. Brooks, Jr.. Last reply by Dr. George B. Brooks, Jr. May 17.
New concepts are making aquaponics easier, less expensive and more mainstream. In this case it is great to hang out with our friends Catherine and Barry Cohen. Though just a few months old, their system is doing great, they are already harvesting from it tomatoes, lettuce and cucumbers and they do innovative things. For example, I would have never thought that fig trees could be rooted in aquaponics and their watermelons growing already.
I thought you might enjoy the quick vid made by my wife and master gardener Angela.
Looking to expand my system, does anyone have a connection for IBC totes?
Mark Bogart at http://valleyaquaponics.net teaches classes so does http://www.endlessfoodsystems.com. In Tucson you have the Tucson Aquaponics Project http://tucsonap.org. Aquaponics is now part of the required curriculum for the urban agriculture degree program at Mesa Community College: https://www.mesacc.edu/departments/applied-sciences-and-technology/...
Photo: The Spring 2016 ags-166 aquaponics class at Mesa Community College.
Are there any classes or seminars comming up in the Phoenix area?
From a couple of years ago. Our big community tilapia salad bowl.
Kari, I just sent you a friend invite. If you accept it I can message you to make arraingements for the IBC's.
I'm trying to get into aquaponics. If you're looking into giving the IBC's away, I'd love to come pick them up! Let me know when you are available.
If anyone is interested I have two (275 gal.) IBC's to give away just pick them up. They are cut for FT and GB one has a bazillion holes in it. It was used as a screen for washing gravel. If you are interested let me know I am in the northwest valley near 67th ave and Happeyvalley Rd.
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