這是不錯的方式

我的閱讀心得

這幾年的地球意識開始有人提倡吃蔬果不殺生 以免地球暖化

台北的花博帶給大家可以把植物養在家裡的概念..可以透過人類假照LED光源

再也不用得要擁有透天厝 這種對北部人可能比較有空間障礙...

聽說只有南部人比較愛購屋購買透天厝(誤)


看完以下 我想可以養一條吳郭魚^^  2

http://aac.ntou.edu.tw/touchmaker/ezcatfiles/cust/img/img/tilapia.pdf

哪天來養蔬果跟魚.....抗漲阿!!!!下雨菜錢又變多了(@@)

引用: 

2011年9月27日星期二 

綠化的一角來養魚 

http://twaquaponics.blogspot.tw/2011/09/blog-post_5558.html

 

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前頁介紹魚缸水草的照顧考以參考這方法也許可行....我愛高雄...呵呵

養殖場,隨著綠黨陣營綠色的一角來養魚傑夫雷德曼報導甜的水有機物,在密爾沃基的公司,提高鱸魚和綠葉蔬菜生長在原工廠。複合養殖 - 水產養殖相結合,或魚養殖,水耕,或水性種植 - 利用魚類和植物之間的共生關係。魚的排泄物提供養分的植物,這反過來又過濾水在其中的魚住。從植物扦插堆肥創建蠕蟲的食物,為魚類提供食物,完成週期。“複合養殖是一個以最小的投入提供多種作物的方法,通過農業的閉環方法,說:”查理價格,複合養殖的創始人英國的非盈利性組織,經營的農場。他說,一公斤,或2.2磅的魚食,產生至少50公斤的蔬菜和魚0.8公斤。 “作為生態系統的自我維持,魚食蠕蟲,所以整個週期是免費的。”Price先生的組織工作,國際食品生產項目,在印度,阿富汗和幾個非洲國家,包括烏干達,肯尼亞和納米比亞。但它也可以離家較近的。它的下一個項目是在倫敦金融城的農家店,在人們將能夠挑選自己的沙拉和選擇適合自己的巨型坦克晚飯魚。被創造的東西和兒子,一家設計公司,商店,農場:店鋪,在哈克尼自治市鎮,地方議會的工作。它希望使城市居委會和農業的現實之間的直接聯繫。已獲得一個位置,該項目是在收購資金的後期。城市農業的潛力,正在探索在密爾沃基,是根據一些領先的複合養殖企業家。甜的水有機物,城市複合養殖公司,提出了安置,直到20世紀50年代的老廠,一家礦業公司的鱸魚和綠葉蔬菜。農場,詹姆斯Godsil和Fraundorf喬希成立於2009年1月,已經售出成千上萬的魚,並產生約70公斤的蔬菜,一個星期。它正在迅速擴大,並計劃到生產之間的360和450公斤的蔬菜一周增長在未來幾年內數以萬計的鱸魚公斤。先生。Godsil和Fraundorf先生了解到,主要來自威爾艾倫,一個城市的農民和麥克阿瑟“天才”獎學金獲得者,並通過試驗和錯誤的技術。“我們相信這是世界上第一個魚和蔬菜農場變成工廠的努力,這是一個複雜的命題,Godsil先生說。” “我們已經嘗試了40種生菜,定居,三個或四個,我們現在正在試運行菠菜。”農場開始,5萬美元的投資,但已吸引了超過過去20個月,夥伴關係與工程和非正式在蘇格蘭斯特靈大學的密爾沃基學校約1萬美元的資金。它討論了3000萬美元的甜水村社區規模生產,餐館和咖啡館,這將有來自複合養殖生產的食品概念的前景。農場接收來自威斯康星大學和海上資助,美國政府計劃的支持,增長可能黃鱸和藍鰓,到大湖地區的土著物種,但在下降。 “魚,它產生的蛋白質,不會危害地球的21世紀的形式,Godsil先生說。”工業複合養殖仍處於起步階段,與0.4公頃以上,或一英畝,經營世界上只有五個設施,雖然興趣正在增長,特別是在缺水的地區,。複合養殖使用80%和90%水少,比傳統種植方法之間。在巴巴多斯,淡水稀缺和80%的糧食是進口的,根據美洲農業合作研究所,被稱為“複合養殖島”項目從去年開始,目標是教育農民的好處的複合養殖,使其四年他們的首選技術。該項目資金由聯合國發展計劃巴巴多斯,農業部部,研究所和社會團體,貝爾德的村複合養殖協會。 Baird的村設立一個商業規模的系統,並介紹了今年的複合養殖系統正在島上的許多學校。在澳大利亞,那裡的農民已經在過去十年的乾旱中掙扎,後院複合養殖系統大受歡迎。喬爾·馬爾科姆,是誰開了世界上第一個複合養殖零售商店,後院複合養殖,在澳大利亞珀斯市,售價約300系統一年。“幾乎在每一個城市在全國各地執行水限制,人們只是不能有自己傳統的菜園,”他說。 “能夠產生自己的化學自由的魚和蔬菜在自己的後院,不僅節省了金錢,而且還提供享受和滿足。最近已經有相當的幾所學校安裝系統,在這裡為孩子們的學習工具。“而在他們的嬰兒在美國的後院系統,它們日益普及,估計可能有800到1200複合養殖設置在美國家庭和米,並在學校多達1000,根據複合養殖雜誌。這幾乎廢物的糧食生產方法可以是奇蹟的解決方案,以解決全球糧食短缺,一些人預計?布雷特羅伊,生態集成生產系統,在澳大利亞昆士蘭大學研究警告說,它可能不是包治百病。 “複合養殖提供小規模分散的糧食安全,資源再利用,”他說。 “每一點幫助。但在發展中國家,它可能會做出更好的意義,在池塘中的魚文化和陸基作物上使用的廢水;一個簡單的聯動,水產養殖業和種植業,具有相同的資源再利用的效果一般,可以在一個較大規模的實踐經濟。“雖然仍處於剛剛起步的階段,Godsil先生說,複合養殖潛力是驚人的。““複合養殖鼓舞了務實的烏托邦願景,不斷得到驗證的事實。他說:“我們需要的解決方案,這可能是一個珍珠港時刻的物種,如果全球變暖的趨勢繼續下去的方式,戈爾和科學家預測,指的是美國前副總統。複合養殖英國售價先生說:“鑑於我們的要求提供更多的能源和食品在未來20年內,複合養殖,可以起到至關重要的作用。它不是一個新技術 - 事實上,它最早是由阿茲特克人的記錄,但通過我們的新的氣候 - 它提供了一個高利潤和可持續的糧食生產體系“。



原文:

Fish Farms, With a Side of Greens
綠色的一角來養魚
Jeff Redmon 報導
Sweet Water Organics, a company in Milwaukee, raises perch and grows leafy green vegetables in a former factory.
Aquaponics — a combination of aquaculture, or fish cultivation, and hydroponics, or water-based planting — utilizes a symbiotic relationship between fish and plants. Fish waste provides nutrients for the plants, which in turn filter the water in which the fish live. Cuttings from plant are composted to create food for worms, which provide food for the fish, completing the cycle.
“Aquaponics is a method of delivering multiple crops with minimum input, through a closed-loop method of farming,” said Charlie Price, founder of Aquaponics UK, the nonprofit organization that runs the farm.
A kilogram, or 2.2 pounds, of fish food, produces at least 50 kilograms of vegetables and 0.8 kilogram of fish, he said. “As the ecosystem becomes self-sustainable, the fish food comes from the worms, so the entire cycle is free.”
Mr. Price’s organization is working internationally with food production projects in India, Afghanistan and several African countries, including Uganda, Kenya and Namibia. But it also works closer to home. Its next project is a city farm shop in London at which people will be able to pick their own salads and choose fish for their supper from giant tanks.
The store, called Farm:shop, in the Borough of Hackney, was created by Something & Son, a design company, working with the local council. It hopes to make direct links between the city neighborhood and the realities of farming. A location has been secured, and the project is in the late stages of acquiring funding.
The potential for urban farming is being explored in Milwaukee, where some of the leading aquaponics entrepreneurs are based. Sweet Water Organics, an urban aquaponics company, raises perch and leafy green vegetables in an old factory that housed a mining company until the 1950s. The farm, founded by James Godsil and Josh Fraundorf in January 2009, has sold thousands of fish and produces about 70 kilograms of vegetables a week. It is expanding rapidly, and plans to produce between 360 and 450 kilograms of greens a week and to grow tens of thousands of kilograms of perch in coming years.
Mr. Godsil and Mr. Fraundorf learned the techniques largely from Will Allen, an urban farmer and winner of a MacArthur “genius” fellowship, and through trial and error.
“We believe this is the world’s first effort to turn a factory into a fish and vegetable farm, and it’s a complex proposition,” Mr. Godsil said. “We’ve experimented with 40 types of lettuce, settled on three or four, and we’re now trialing spinach.”
The farm started with a $50,000 investment but has attracted about $1 million in funds over the past 20 months and partnerships with the Milwaukee School of Engineering and informally with the University of Stirling in Scotland. It is discussing the prospect of a $30 million concept for Sweetwater villages, which would have community-scale manufacturing, restaurants and cafes with food produced from aquaponics.
The farm is receiving support from the University of Wisconsin and Sea Grants, a U.S. government program, to grow yellow perch and possibly blue gill, species indigenous to the Great Lakes but in decline. “The fish it produces are a 21st century form of protein that won’t harm planet earth,” Mr. Godsil said.
Industrial aquaponics is still in its infancy, with only five facilities of more than 0.4 hectare, or one acre, operating in the world, although interest is growing, particularly in areas with water shortages. Aquaponics use between 80 and 90 per cent less water than traditional growing methods.
In Barbados, where fresh water is scarce and 80 per cent of food is imported, according to the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture, a project known as “Aquaponic island” started last year, with a goal of educating farmers about the benefits of aquaponics to make it their technology of choice in four years. The project has funding from the United Nations Development Program, the Barbadian Ministry of Agriculture, the institute and a community group, the Baird's Village Aquaponics Association. A commercial-scale system was set up at Baird’s Village, and this year aquaponic systems are being introduced to many of the island's schools.
In Australia, where farmers have struggled with drought for the past decade, backyard aquaponic systems have grown in popularity. Joel Malcolm, who opened the world’s first aquaponics retail store, Backyard Aquaponics, in the Australian city of Perth, sells about 300 systems a year.
“With water restrictions enforced in almost every city around the country, people just can’t have their traditional vegetable garden,” he said. “Being able to produce your own chemical-free fish and vegetables in your own backyard not only saves money but also provides enjoyment and satisfaction. Lately there have been quite a few schools installing systems here as learning tools for the kids.”
While backyard systems are in their infancy in the United States, they are growing in popularity, with estimates that there may be 800 to 1,200 aquaponics setups in American homes and yards and as many as 1,000 more in schools, according to the Aquaponics Journal.
Could this almost-waste-free food production method be the miracle solution to tackle worldwide food shortages that some expect? Brett Roe, who investigated ecologically integrated production systems at the University of Queensland in Australia, cautioned that it might not be a cure-all. “Aquaponics offers decentralized food security on a small scale, and reuse of resources,” he said. “Every little bit helps. But in developing countries it may make better sense to culture fish in ponds and use the wastewater on land-based crops; a simple linkage of aquaculture and crop farming that has the same general effect of reusing resources and can be practiced in a larger scale of economy.”
While still in its fledgling stages, Mr. Godsil said the potential of aquaponics was “breathtaking.”
“Aquaponics has inspired pragmatic utopian visions, that keep getting validated by the facts. We need solutions to what could be a Pearl Harbor moment for the species, if global warming trends continue the way Al Gore and scientists predict,” he said referring to the former U.S. vice president.
Mr. Price of Aquaponics UK said: “Given our requirements to provide significantly more energy and food in the next 20 years, aquaponics can play a vital role. It isn’t a new technology – in fact it was first documented by the Aztecs – but when adopted in our new climate it provides a highly profitable and sustainable food production system.” 



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