Kelp biochar: a potential plant substrate for freshwater aquaponics

Published on: 05/10/2017
Author/s : Thierry Chopin and Stacy Murray / Canadian Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Network, University of New Brunswick, Saint John, Canada.

At the University of New Brunswick in Canada, researchers have developed a pilot-scale aquaponics system to select plants that are best adapted to efficiently recapture nutrients from salmon hatchery effluents. Along the way they’ve developed a novel substrate on which to grow the plants. In many aquaponic systems, it is common to use a substrate such as foam, coconut coir, rock-wool or exp...

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May 10, 2017

This project is very good, in the future aquaculture is going to aquaponic.

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July 4, 2018
Very interesting and innovative work.
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September 5, 2018
How log at high temperature is required for production
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