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Posted: Oct 22 2004, 04:55 AM
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In a world where adaptation is crucial, i often comtemplate our food supply. I must have starved to death in a previous life. This is my one true FEAR. Having to watch my children starve. The art of self sufficiency is long gone in today's world.



"Ours is a simple, reliable, low-cost growing system used to produce a supply of safe, superior quality foods. We integrate hydroponics and aquaculture in a closed system to produce premium tilapia and fresh herbs and vegetables. Although creative, this method of food production is no mere novelty. It is a low-cost, no nonsense system.""

http://www.townsqr.com/snsaqua/page2.htm

And somehow merge this into that
http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?p...hcd2=1098447687

You would have food when your local store doesn't.

When i showed my eight year old this..He thought it was sooo cool. I would like to start out with 5 aquariums to gauge how much would be needed.
I told him we could grow *most* of our food this way.
We already garden, i figure i need to kick it up a notch.







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Posted: Apr 16 2006, 08:49 PM
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Hiya CJ, this thread deserves a bump.gif

Home gardens should be a priority for anyone that seeks to be self sufficient and not rely on the system to provide for them.

I hope to grow some tomatos, onions and garlic to start with.

Homegrown is always the bomb!




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Posted: Apr 16 2006, 09:44 PM
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I love the closed cycle using the fish and the plants. The only problem I see is as mentioned in the text in that if the system gets out of whack due to drying out or lack of plants, the balance will be destroyed and the fish will suffer. For anyone who is disciplined, I think it has great merit.

Vietnamese farmers use a similar system. Pigs are housed at the highest point of the farm block. Waste from the pigs is washed down into the fish pond at the bottom of the farm. This waste fertilizes the pond which grows more food for the fish. During dry times, the pond water is used to irrigate crops which do not need fertilizing because the water carries nutrients. Bamboo trellisses over the pond provide growing support for vine crops such as pumpkins which, in turn, provide shade for the fish.

In Africa travelling agronomists teach farmers to plant corn, squash and beans together. The beans provide nitrogen for all three, the corn provides a growing trellis for the beans and the squash ramble happily between the rows of corn and shade the soil to reduce drying out.

I am currently experimenting with growing things in recycled household guttering mounted one above the other on wooden poles. By mounting the poles against a wall which faces the sun, I hope to get better growing conditions in winter.
The guttering is filled with ordinary earth and I will be using soluble fertiliser to prop up the limited nutrients in the relatively small volume of soil. I should also be able to create a mini greenhouse by throwing clear plastic sheeting over it during the worst of winter.
Of course I cannot grow root crops like carrots or parsnips or tuber crops like potatoes because the soil is too shallow. I am planning on using recycled 200 litre drums for crops requiring deeper soil.
At present I have mini cauliflowers, bok choy, beetroot and spring onions just sprouting.




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Posted: Apr 16 2006, 09:48 PM
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At present I have mini cauliflowers, bok choy, beetroot and spring onions just sprouting.


That is way cool!

At present I have nothing growing that I can eat.
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But before summer is over, I hope to be planting!




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