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Archive for November, 2017


Cairns Man “Aquaponic Gardener” recognised by the Head of State, Queen of England

Just a quick blog post to alert my aquaponic sustainable minded gardening friends that as an Australian Citizen working in remote Papua New Guinea highlands, my commitment to the people of Papua New Guinea and community/ environmental work history was recognised by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11,  Queen of Great Britain and Commonwealth, at a […]

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Look at Aquaponic Macro & Micro nutrients

When I first heard how aquaponics used fish waste to provide nutrients to plants, one of my first questions was how does it work? What are the processes at work that allow this relationship to flourish on both sides? I understood the general theory. The fish eat, the fish produce waste from their food, the […]

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USA Student Brennan Cross- Cairns Aquaponics Update

When designing an aquaponics system, imagination is the limitation. Structure and appearance are highly variable as long as the basic components are provided. The diagram below (figure 2) indicates these components as the rearing tank (where fish are held), solid removal, biofilter, hydroponic subsystem, and a sump. As the diagram indicates, certain aspects of the […]

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USA University student studies Cairns Aquaponics system

Hi, my name is Brennan Cross,  an undergraduate university student performing research into the exciting field of aquaponics. I’m from the United States but thanks to SIT World Learning and the University of Vermont, I have had the opportunity to study here in Australia for a few months at the Redlynch Aquaponics Training Center. Since […]

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Aquaponic Gardener wins Southern Cross University School of Environment, Science and Engineering Alumnus of the Year 2017

Southern Cross University School of Environment, Science and Engineering Alumnus of the Year 2017 Awards were held in September 2017. Rodney Ingersoll was awarded as finalist for his local and global environmental management & sustainable community development initiatives like aquaponics. “I feel numb, happy, humbled & so blessed to have won the Southern Cross University […]

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