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Re: Is this group still active? Hi Bruce, How many square meters of area is your pond, and what's the average yearly solar radiation per meter, per day for it's location? Curbie

jim.richards65
Feb 25
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Re: Is this group still active? ANSWER FOR PRODUCTION : EXPECTED WITH BCL007 IN OPEN POND AND NO EXTRA COST ENERGY USE: 55GM. / 1000 ML FOR 12 MONTHS. USE WORM TEAS TO MAKE LIQUID FOR MEOR

Carroll Lendrum
Feb 23
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Re: aquaponics/algae Dion, Wasn't John Fry a hog rancher in South Africa, kind of dates me, but his work and book is what I use when looking at biodigestion. If I remember

jim.richards65
Feb 23
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Re: aquaponics/algae Dion, Good luck on getting the digester integrated. With the ready availability of small, cheap computers, (Arduino, Rasberry PI, Cubieboard, etc.) is may be

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 22
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Re: aquaponics/algae Jack, I continue to hope that we can work out an algae system that uses pig waste to feed algae. But first we have to find an algae system that is close to

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 22
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Re: My Conclusion Ron, "For most people, growing algae is a waste of time." Generalizations on complex subjects are dangerous, IMHO. While I agree with you that for “most

dsieg58
Feb 22
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Re: aquaponics/algae There are actually very few biodigesters left in the country. The biggest biodigester is actually on a massive pig farm in the north of the country. What we

Dion Goldie
Feb 22
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Re: My Conclusion Hello Bobby,      David Sieg pointed out that the recent food safety concerns have made government oversight of food-producing enterprises too onerous to

Ron Brown
Feb 22
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Re: aquaponics/algae I wish some of the commercial hog farms would do that in the USA On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 1:05 AM, Bobby Yates Emory liberty1@... ... -- ... "Whatever you

Jack Coats
Feb 22
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Re: aquaponics/algae Dion, Several years ago, there were large farm scale biodigesters operating on cattle waste in South Africa. If you could find these, they might have some

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 21
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Re: Is this group still active? Ron, Yes, from reading through the back issues of their newsletters, I am convinced they know what they are doing. Bobby On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 12:27 PM, Ron

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 21
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Re: Is this group still active? Andreas, Good idea. The Friendlys have worked out how to do it. And they have a Chinese greenhouse idea that may help you adapt to the short growing season.

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 21
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Re: Backyard aquaponics system with algae Ron and Dave, On using N-P-K fertilizer vs compost tea or animal wastes: I agree with the long term objective of using compost teas or animal wastes or teas

Bobby Yates Emory
Feb 21
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Re: BioButanol (was: Is this group still active? Introducing Algae W On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 8:13 AM, Robert Copcutt r@... ... Patents also allow you the right to use your own idea without being stifled by

Jack Coats
Feb 21
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Re: aquaponics/algae Hi everyone The answer is simple. Instead of using the waste in a pyrolysis system, add it to a small biodigester. All the vegetable waste, fish waste and any

Dion Goldie
Feb 20
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