Dia Mirza on Living Sustainably in the Urban Jungle

Dia Mirza on Living Sustainably in the Urban Jungle

On World Environment Day, we get a peep into Dia Mirza’s home in Mumbai, as she gives us a few tips on living sustainably in our urban jungles.

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Aquaponics at Kentucky State University Aquaculture Research Center

Aquaponics at Kentucky State University Aquaculture Research Center

Part 2 of the demonstration video on Kentucky State University’s Aquaculture Research Center aquaponic research.
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Could the best place to raise seafood be on land? Marine scientist David Guggenheim proposes a new form of aquaculture that is executed not in pens in open water but in pools that could reside in large warehouses. What are the benefits of this unorthodox idea versus the commercial aquaculture systems already in place?

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Permaculture Paradise: Val and Eli’s Garden!

Permaculture Paradise: Val and Eli’s Garden!

Val and Eli take us on a tour of their magical permagarden in Jacksonville FL. They have created a wonderful, natural space filled with self-sustaining fruits, vegetables, herbs, medicines, colors, water, fragrances, and wildlife. This is the very best fast food!

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Urban Aquaculture: Fish Farming in the City

Urban Aquaculture: Fish Farming in the City

Aquaculture (i.e. aquatic plants and animals) is North America’s third largest import, only following automobiles and fuel. However, we have managed to overfish our environment beyond repair. Overfishing poses an enormous threat to our oceanic ecosystems. Enter urban aquaculture, or more simply put: fish farming in the city.

Because urban aquaculture raises their fish rather than collecting them in mass quantities from their natural habitat, it provides an opportunity for fish levels and ecosystems to return to a healthier state.

Professor Martin Schreibman, distinguished Professor Emeritus of Biology at Brooklyn College, has developed a state-of-the-art, sustainable urban aquaculture facility. His aquaculture utilizes a water re-use system. Fish waste is filtered out and is used as a plant fertilizer, so ultimately, he is self-sustainably harvesting 2 types of crop — fish and plants.
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Beginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

Beginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

In the first video of my series for beginning gardeners, I talk about the best location for a vegetable garden.

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These are the factors to consider when choosing a location for a vegetable garden:
1) Look for a location that gets 6 to 8 hours of direct sun.
2) Avoid locations where soil is likely contaminated, especially if growing in native soil. If in doubt, have the soil tested for contaminants. It’s also a good idea to test the soil fro nutrients, organic matter, and pH. This can save a lot of time, money, and guesswork in the future.
3) Locate the garden close to the house and a water source.
4) A south facing slope is advantageous in cooler climates with a short growing season.
5) Look for a location that is protected from extreme winds and pests by fences, trees, or buildings.
6) Make sure you are aware of any limitations on vegetable gardens imposed by your municipality or homeowner association.

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Hydroponics Made Simple

Hydroponics Made Simple

Hydroponics, simple without the fuzz of fish growing, using chemicals etc…

4 pvc tubes, connectors, a water buffer, 1 waterpump and some compost tea.

Look how to make compost tea. I use some of the compost tea, i made for the garden in the hydroponics culture instead of all the chemicals and fish waste. This is a very easy do it your self way to grow veggies ! Lovin it. The plants love it and it looks good.

An improved all in one design (more lowcost also) to be build in the future, to also use indoors.
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