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26 Mar 2013

2am $2 smart garden based dinner

after a non stop day finally decompressing and  starting to center. always seem to wind up as the hours get stranger, only letting go  after sensations of fulfillment. generally this means after reaching certain levels of creativity. i think my smart garden based dinner was my most creative moment of the...

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22 Mar 2013

another secret project – g2g

somehow i feel like i have been with holding information. have you ever done something so fun you almost didn't want to share - well, pretty much like fire cannot be hidden with the naked hand g2g keeps raring her head. guns to garden - g2g is (was)  one of our...

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21 Feb 2013

Aquaponics= The Lorax

Aquaponics addresses the moral of the Lorax because it reduces the impacts of pollution and provides a healthy source of food. According to my prior knowledge about aquaponics, Aquaponics uses no soil to grow its food, fishes are the fertilizer and chemicals, such as pesticides are not used. This addresses...

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14 Feb 2013

Aquaponic Systems are Great

Aquaponics Aquaponic systems are an environmental biomimicry and a salvation to starvation. Aquaponic systems consist of three environmental resources, fish, water and plants. Each element relies on the other in order to survive, function, and produce. Fish provide natural food resources for the plants, likewise plants provide a filtered water...

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04 Feb 2013

Radish observations by romeo Calmo

Radish Observations Our growbed has recently produced a lot radish plants, while the carrots are barely growing. The radishes look to be in the end of their life cycle, the carrot plants are barely producing carrots that are about an inch tall. I observed a radish plant and made these...

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04 Feb 2013

Aquaponics in Oakland

Aquaponics in Oakland Aquaponics are sophisticated, smart gardens that are very sustainable and provide really healthy food. According to Sylvia Bernstein (from the Aquaponic Source) fish produce waste that microbes and worms convert into fertilizer for the plants, and the plants filter the water that eventually returns back to the...

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04 Feb 2013

Tamara’s observation

Radish observation In class we were making a description on a plant that we picked from our Aquaponic garden My observation was a radish Stem is hard Leaves not fully grown Some leaves are soft Some leaves are hard Some leaves are prickly Radish is not grown yet Some leaves...

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