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Improving on the Environmental Benefits of Aquaponics

According to Wikipedia, Aquaponics or pisciponics, is a sustainable food production
system that combines traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fish, crayfish or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. In aquaculture, effluents accumulate in the water, increasing toxicity for the fish. This …

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Growing Crops on Land Previously Used as Catfish Ponds

In the Mississippi Delta catfish are raised in ponds that have been created by
building levees on level land to form the ponds. The soil is heavy clay so the
levees maintain their structural integrity for many years. The typical pond is
about 12 acres in size and 3 to 4 …

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Distributor/Dealer Wanted

Fishnure.com welcomes the opportunity to set up distributor/wholesale accounts
for our Fishnure(TM) fish manure humus compost organic fertilizer. Fishnure(TM)
offers significant cost and application advantages over regular compost and can be
a valuable product for customers who want to use an organic product for their lawn,
garden or potted plants. We can reference …

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Improve Your Carbon Footprint by Using Fishnure(TM)

As the environment heats up due to global warming more organic matter in the soil will decompose and be converted to carbon dioxide. This will increase global warming even more. It will also decrease the fertility of the worlds soil and decrease the capability of producing food. …

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Cost Comparison Between Fishnure and Composted Cow Manure

The recommended application rate for composted cow manure is:

Existing lawns should be given an application of 100 lbs. of composted cow manure per 100 sq. ft. of lawn once a year.

Always water in thoroughly after spreading composted cow manure.

The recommended application rate for Fishnure™ is:

For established or re-seeded lawns apply …

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Fishnure Test Results of Marigolds from Seed

A test was made planting 5 marigold seeds each in two pots. One pot was untreated topsoil. The other was 80% topsoil and 20% Fishnure. Click “Read More” to see the results after 65 days.

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