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Bioponica Presentation: Georgia Organics Conference Feb 24-25

Come join us for the Georgia Organics Conference in Columbus Georgia this weekend. We’re honored to be sharing the bill with the likes of George Allen from Growing Power who will be the Keynote speaker. The Bioponica workshop will be held on Saturday. We’ll discuss the Food Plant and how to build a simple anaerobic … Continue reading

Georgia Organics Conference – Not attending? See us at the Georgia State Legislature next week!

Bioponica Food Plant Complex Conceptual Idea. Continue reading

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The Food Plant: Features of closed-loop process

By mimicking the way ponds naturally acquire fertility to feed fish and nourish plants throught nutrient cycling it is possible to apply this science to modern agriculture to create a more sustainable farming method. With the Bioponica™ Food Plant™ system, efficiencies are particularly important as the cost of attaining off site  sources of fertilizers and … Continue reading

Algae as a fish food and pH modifier.

Algae creates alkalinity in the water. In fact, when we take a side stream of aquaponic water to our cells of aquaponics the pH rises up to range of 9-10 very quickly. We also raise algae with human urine, but if using as aquaponic fish food and ultimately for plants, care must be taken that … Continue reading

We Made the Cut!

And the Atlanta Journal Constitution captured the moment. The only thing is I could not find the publication anywhere on the AJC website. It’s unsearchable. So, using an old fashion method, we cut the photo out of a hard copy newspaper and scanned it for the blog. Interesting, a real newspaper copy makes this photo … Continue reading

O.A.C., CIty Park Installation Complete!

As of June 15th, the BioGarden and Incubator are up and running. The project was completed in three weeks and has been enhanced from the original plan by adding a 240 gallon fish tank integrated with the new Incubator. Crawfish and live fish food will be raised in the Incubator Tr0ughs, along with algae and … Continue reading

Growing Microgreens, Day 10

This is an experiment in raising microgreens without dirt, chemicals or synthetic media. The Bioponica™ bed itself is optimized for 10″ standard sized trays. The water levels are set to fill to the top of the rocks and can be adjusted with drain valve to any level. With a bioponic method it is possible to … Continue reading

Microgreens Experiment; Day 2 Burlap and Fiberglass Mesh


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20' x 4' Deep Water Troughs plus 210 Gallon Tank Below. Troughs function as clarifier, biofilter, and aerobic digester for duckweed and Deep Water Culture

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20' x 4' plant beds 210 gallon fish tank. Ebb and flow rock beds above tank

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55 Gallon Anaerobic Digester

Liquid Digestate For Clarifier, No Methane Capture

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