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All the "poor fish" ppl..... Do you feel the same way when you see the conditions of our oceans?
OMG fish are living creatures! Just because they can't do the same things humans do, that does not give us the right to put them in fishtanks. I do not think this way of 'revolutionizing farming' is that good! Do not compare it with the way Aztecs did it. There the fish lived free in the river! So no chemical fertilizers or persticides but we do not care of the miserable life of the fish.
Looks kind of cruel for the poor fish. 😔
Not much fun for the fish, though.
Wonder if this system can be scaled down for personal home use?
My friend is in this biz for over 2 yrs. No cruelty, fresh farm food.inside city, free from pesticide, no artificial fertilizer. Need to see and experience. Surely a great opportunity inside large city. No plastic either.
its a neat idea but no reason not to give the fish larger tanks so they can be happy as well.
Pretty sure if you tested that water you would find 100s of chemicals. Water it’s self is made up of chemicals. So not chemical free
All very well if you just want to eat tilapia & basil forever
I've got an aquaponics setup. Fish feed the plants and then feed us. Plus we get fresh vegetables. Symbiosis.
This can be done anywhere in the world, we do it at home in New Hampshire. Cold, northeast climate, nothing like fresh strawberries in February ... 😊👍🏼❤️
I've never seen so many people worried about cruelty to fish 🙄 It's a completely natural environment for them, if they weren't happy this system wouldn't work.
two of the biggest problems on this world are 1) thinking that everything has to grow and to expand to an unlimited amount and 2) that a lot of people think we have the given right to use other species for our luxury "well being"
Kalamazoo Valley Community College in Michigan has a facility like this now for students interested in this concept and the culinary program raising it's own vegetables. Fish are tilapia.
Why ate the fish there?? Just eat plants man!!! Unless u like having saturated fats, cholesterol, lipid peroxide which is carcinogenic, your daily dose of antibiotics, the wrong type of protein for your body so u can get kidney stones and osteoporosis and increase your risks of heart disease cancer alzheimers and autoimmune issues. Plus more. All of this so we can maybe get a small amount of omega 3’s. Fish get it from the algae they eat while swimming.
Good an intelligent idea for our failing Planet....just hope its in time.
Very good...fishes gonna like it very much..I think some people have forget that animals are living beings too.
I'm sorry, but enclosing fish in such a small tank.. how is that innovation.
I have heard farm fish are of lower quality. True/False?
Aquaponics were developed by the Chinese, many thousands of years ago in order to cultivate large amounts of rice. This is not a South American Technology
What do they feed the fish? In the chinampas the fish are foraging.
Yummm...fish poop flavored basil
Looks like a lot more plastic in the food chain.
There seems to be a confusion here between the ancient Aztec traditional chinampas and contemporary aquaponics. They bear some relation, but they are absolutely not the same thing. Both are worth investigating, particularly the chinampas.
Go to Myanmar and see the beds they create from water lily rafts and grow their vegetables on them, tethered to the shallow lake floor by bamboo poles!