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Philippine Aquaponics
JoelVasquezDate: Monday, 04 November 2013, 6:54 AM | Message # 1
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Added (27-October-2013, 8:17 PM)

Aquaponics - the knowhow that gives our people an alternative source of income, empowerment and knowledge to be sustainable, rather cutting our forest or overfishing or drug pushing or prostitution, destroying our seas, rivers and lakes, cutting our forest for agriculture, protect mother nature and mother nature will take care of you. Knowhow that gives our people the capability to grow healthy, nutritious, organic and healing herbs, veggies and fish. Visit us at Philippine Aquaponics

Added (28-October-2013, 9:05 AM)

Innovation and creativity, making something out of "nothing" (ZERO WASTE)

Added (28-October-2013, 9:48 AM)


Added (30-October-2013, 0:40 AM)
The cycle of life - fry to fingerling to fish then produce fry - seed, seedling, plant-fruit, seed

Added (30-October-2013, 0:41 AM)
Your homemade hatchery, made from recycled plastics and some bought from the mall. Your backyard to be truly sustainable, renewable and environmentally friendly (green), using natural processes provided by the Giver of Life.

Added (30-October-2013, 11:19 PM)
More than one million fries can hopefully turn into one million fingerlings, @ 1.00 php each is 1 million pesos. One tilapia can produce more than 1000 fingerlings per year. You need 1000 Tilapia fish. @ 50 fishes per sq. meter you need an area of you need 200 sq. meters to produce 1 million Tilapia fingerlings. Correct ??

Added (03-November-2013, 9:04 AM)
This is what the Chinese did(Rice and Fish) thousands of years ago. Presently we perhaps can't do this combination because our rice land is full of "chemicals" and insecticides, that can be passed on to the "fishes". We seem to have forgotten the "mercury" that Japan dumped in the seas, and their people eating the fish laden with mercury.

Added (03-November-2013, 11:03 PM)
Space is not a problem with Aquaponics you can always go vertical planting. Only your imagination is the limit with what you can do, plug and play or cut and paste.

Vertical Aquaponics - as viewed from the outside.

Vertical Aquaponics - as viewed from the inside.

Added (04-November-2013, 6:54 AM)
Sustainability redefined by mimicking the natural eco-system. This is almost exactly how nature works. We just provide the "infrastructure". Kangkong Plants, Tilapia can eat. The capacity of 2 sq.ft fish tank can cover an area perhaps 4 times than what we see on the wall. Hence, once the momentum is in place, the tilapia can feed the Kangkong and Kangkong can feed the Tilapia. Meantime, you can have your adobong kangkong and tilapia once in a while. Clean, fresh, healthy, nutritious and natural. No pesticide, no insecticide, no fungicide, no herbicide, nothing artificial.

Message edited by JoelVasquez - Sunday, 27 October 2013, 8:13 PM
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