Re: E-Z Home Aquaculture
Subject: Re: E-Z Home Aquaculture
From: M.E.Thornton@bham.ac.uk (Mark E. Thornton)
Date: 14 Oct 1994 12:35:59 GMT
Article: 2392 of alt.energy.renewable
Newsgroups: sci.environment, alt.energy.renewable
Organization: The University of Birmingham, UK
Xref: bigblue.oit.unc.edu sci.environment:44214 alt.energy.renewable:2392
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (William B. Warren) says:
>If one were to grow some tilapia in a solar algae tank or two, pump
>the wastewater through a nitrifying tank, and then divert the water
>through hydroponically grown grasses, herbs, etc. before returning it to
>the fish tank(s), is this water a satisfactory nutrient solution?
>Does one need to feed the fish a particular food, or a particular variety of
>foods to obtain a complete nutrient solution for the plants? Or would one
>need to regularly add certain trace elements or salts?
>Thanks in Advance,
Try and catch the latest copy of 'SunWorld', the magazine of the International
Solar Energy Society - it has an article in it about farming parent prawns using
solar energy. I don't know how useful it would be, though.
You can e-mail the editor at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hope this helps,