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Locally produced fish food: Grow your own plankton and zooplankton.

Here is a simple project for raising algae that is practical, as a tabletop exercise, for high school education labs. Growing in this fashion is similar to the process of high tech bioreactors and various tube systems commonly used in the biotech industry. Researchers feed algae with CO2 from combusted exhaust emissions, a method which holds great promise … Continue reading

Urine as alternative to chemical fertlizer

Human waste could be an alternative to chemical fertilizers. Matt Kaplan Nature.com 29 June 2007 Human urine could nourish the plankton used as food on fish farms. Plankton grown in diluted urine do better than those given other nitrogen-rich materials, ecological engineers have found. Bara Bihari Jana and his colleagues at the University of Kalyani, … Continue reading

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