aquaponics controller evolution process. … from breadboard, wooden enclosures to glowing cases . … will be ready for production soon … remotely manage your aquaponics garden using your phone … get tweet alerts from you garden. click on tweeter feeds from garden to see more.
the old mombasa road farm project that lit the fire …. a 4 month experiment in alternative farming using local materials … led to this path after the realization that being able to grow food without soil was a powerful gift. these are some pics from the project in kenya 3 years ago … there […]
the process of adjusting aquaponic gardens (especially with multiple beds) requires patience. if you have 3 beds that take 15 minutes to individually flood, it means it will take at least 45 minutes before you can see if the cycle was successful, then you make a change and wait for another 45 minutes. in traditional […]
the garden at the eco village has 3 grow beds and is a hack of the v1 controller designed for one growbed. some upgrades (code, sensors & electronics) were needed to customize this. just added another 5 sensors to this yesterday. i have been able to call in some problems remotely for some issues to […]
ecovillage aquaponics more information coming soon
straight from the laser cutting press. version 1 is almost ready for production … working on enclosure. 8 sensors – water flow rate, fish tank level, gb level, drainage flow switch, reservoir level, leak detector, temperature and light 4 relay outputs for controlling fish pump, reservoir pump(or ro filter solenoid), fish feeder, grow lights. wireless […]
I have been experimenting with soil-less gardening and recycling water systems for a while now. These kinds of technologies are definitely easier, more practical and efficient for me to work with than other forms of traditional farming. Aquaponics, which include a stable population of fish to fertilize plants is even easier and more fun – […]
this is an indoor garden. the purple color is because of the led grow lights. … nothing like a fresh yummy salad … on demand.
our increasing exotic taste buds have resulted in neglect of local native fish. this has also led to the demise of traditional native recipes as … native fish tend to be considered cheap fish. using local fish is sustainable … so … sacramento black fish it is. … these are pretty, delicious and hardy for […]