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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

Fish farming; What is sustainable?

A collective concern with aquaculture is how to raise fish sustainably and still maintain a quality that matches wild caught. Until now, fish farmers have chosen to raise fish based on market demand and potential profit. Improvement of the art has taught us to selectively breed genetic characteristics for enhanced reproduction, mimic wild settings while … Continue reading

Vermicompost and VermaPonics; Worms like trash, Fish like Worms, Plants like Worm Poop. Where Do Humans Fit In? Well Don’t Be Surprised…

See the full gallery on Posterous As seen produced here at Growing Power, worms and worm castings are a budding farm industry. This is a practical way to turn waste into worms and compostings into plant fertilizer. Waste is free, castings and live worms make a profitable return. At OTGE we like worms as fish … Continue reading

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Bioponica System

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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