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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A Time Lapse View of an Aquaponics System Build

A Time Lapse View of an Aquaponics System Build

This video depicts the building of an aquaponics system using time lapse videography and photography. The system was built by 12 missionaries at Yamaranguila, Intubica, Honduras. The missionaries will take the skills they have learned or refined and use them to assist the people of Honduras. Check out the video “Components of the “Five-Minute” Aquaponics System” on YouTube. It is a brief overview of the above system.
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Cheap and Easy $35 Aquaponics / Hydroponics Setup

Cheap and Easy $35 Aquaponics / Hydroponics Setup

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How to build the cheapest and easiest setup for aquaponics and hydroponics! If this works, this setup could just be the cheapest aquaponics setup ever. But it ALSO will relook at the way we see aquaponics setups in the future. No longer will you need multiple pumps and reservoirs, but the ENTIRE system is a closed system much like nature is. The entire project cost me only and here is the materials you will need:
14 gallon fish tank (or one like this: http://amzn.to/2bxSCsX)-
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1 Air pump http://amzn.to/2bjuDin –
4 goldfish – $.75
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8 – 2 inch net cups http://amzn.to/2bjPk94 –
3 OR 8 – 3 large multiple plant herb container *separated*, OR 8 small plants –

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What Is Aquaponics? How It Works & Why Can Fail

What Is Aquaponics? How It Works & Why Can Fail

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Aquaponic Place in Waimanalo, Hawaii to share with you what exactly is Aquaponics, and how it works. You will discover the key element to a successful aquaponics system, and its more than just the fish and the plants. You will also learn some of the different vegetables, fruits, and herbs that can be grown under aquaponics. You will discover a unique way for starting seed under aquaponics as well as watering baby plants automatically. You will learn what a bell siphon and how it operates without any power… After watching this episode you will have a really good understanding of how an aquaponics system works and why you may want to use it at home to grow some of your own food including vegetables and fish.

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My DIY Indoors Aquaponics System

My DIY Indoors Aquaponics System

My DIY Indoors Aquaponics System

I made an aquaponics system in my bedroom above my bed in order to help de-nitrify my aquarium. The whole system is about 70 gallons with the growbed included. This mix between hydroponics and aquaculture utilizes the high nitrogen waste of fish to grow plants. This is a great idea if you want to increase bio load of your aquarium or just have some beautiful plants growing. I was on a bit of a time crunch since the entire system was being changed the fish was stuck in one tank but it worked out ok. I hope you enjoy, please comment below with any questions!

Erik Nakamura
Boston, MA
2016
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