Tuesday, May 1, 2012

High-rise aquaponics

Modern urban agriculture has been around since the 1970s but while city farms are traditionally home to crops and livestock, a more scaly friend looks set to join the collective.
Freshwater tilapia farmer, Christopher Toole hopes to bring aquaponics to the Bronx, encouraging New Yorkers to grow fish wherever they can – be it in big rubbish bins, tanks or even bathrooms.
With hundreds of city dwellers joining in, the trend continues to grow and grow.

This blog is written by staff at International Aquafeed Magazine which is published and supported by Perendale Publishers Limited. To get your copy of PPL's web application, 'PPLAPP' click here. 

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