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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

Broccoli Sprouts for stomach ulcers; A spoonful of natural medicine.

ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS FOR H PYLORI Here’s Amy Kings remedy for ulcers due to H Pylori that I like. 90% of ulcers are due to this bacteria which is directly inhibited by the broccoli phytochemical. *  Manuka Honey (Active)– This is the new bomb for anyone suffering from a bacterial or staph infection — internally or externally.  It’s picking … Continue reading

Broccoli sprouts sulforaphane content; Magic number is 3 days. Variety SAGA

The last article posted on the subject of broccoli microgreens pointed out that adding a sulfur rich hydroponic fertilizer increased broccoli sprouts content of sulforaphane. This confirms we can produce more nutraceutically potent microgreens with an adjusted blend of nutrients.  However the redacted description of referenced study, below, compares sulforaphane at all stages of growth and in comparison to mature … Continue reading

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

Bioponica Food Plant Complex Conceptual Idea. Continue reading

Scientific America; Making Food System More Energy Efficient

Permanent Address: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=more-food-less-energy This article gets to the heart of the issues. I differ on the subject of efficiencies and local food production. Local does not mean soils are compromised if growing in soil-less recirculating beds. Judging from the root mass and vertical growing biomass it takes the terms square foot gardening to something more like … Continue reading

Seedstock Article

Atlanta’s Bioponica Seeks to Close Loop on Hydroponic and Aquaponic Farming By Noelle Swan / February 2, 2012 10:28 pm Share The term sustainable farming has been creeping steadily into the vernacular, popping up in business plans, on food blogs, and at local farmers’ markets around the country. David Epstein, D.O. and Kenneth Lovell, P.E. of Bioponica™ hope to … Continue reading

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Food health and farm freedom, let my people go.

Raw Milk legislation by the FDA is unhealthy, unwise “On Wednesday January, 11 Wisconsin dairy farmer Vernon Herschberger must appear before a county judge in Baraboo, WI. His crime? Providing unpasteurized dairy products from his small herd of about twenty pastured cows to members of his own buying club.  Half way across the continent in … Continue reading

Fisheries and fishing. MSC Certification to improve e-fish-iency.

MSC Certification of global sea food is helping to sustain fish production worldwide. After years of destruction brought on by over fishing and poor planning, food distribution giants like Wal-Mart may become our best hope in reversing the problems facing supply and demand.

Eat The Invaders; Why Invasive Plants and Fish May In Fact Be Beneficial

Kudzu, red clover, pigs, blood red shrimp and water hyacinth are some of the most familiar of the over 6500 “invasive species” that have taken up residence here. There are many many known benefits these plants and fish have brought with them. Kudzu for soil erosion is also a great nutrient consolidator, same goes for clover, pigs have … Continue reading

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