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A repurposed meatpacking building is becoming a sustainable vertical farm that’s completely off grid. And they’re going to make beer. special thanks to John Edel, Abby Lundrigan, and The Plant (http://www.plantchicago.com) The Plant’s kickstarter project for a lobby and retail space Photography courtesy of Plant Chicago, NFP/Rachel Swenie. Music By Whirm – http://whirm.bandcamp.com/ Rob Scallon THE PLAYLIST Opener http://bit.ly/1jL68Dq Does Recycling Work? http://bit.ly/18oCg01 What Prevents Recycling?http://bit.ly/187LjNi Greenest Man in Chicago http://bit.ly/IpXA9O The Plant: Growing Off Grid http://bit.ly/1aZgTjF Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle http://bit.ly/17VaxS4 PREVIOUS PLAYLISTS Origins http://bit.ly/19gbHEG Airplanes! http://bit.ly/15tF7zp Rockstar Lifestyle http://bit.ly/14MXgXo Miniature http://bit.ly/19UYYgA Geeks http://bit.ly/14B1iod Senses http://bit.ly/18nOUHL Halloween http://bit.ly/1hiG2KZ ________________ The Good Stuff elsewhere: Subbable: http://www.subbable.com/goodstuff YouTube: http://youtube.com/TheGoodStuff Facebook: http://fb.com/TheGoodStuffShow Twitter: http://twitter.com/GoodStuffShow Tumblr: http://tumblr.com/goodstuffshow ________________ Produced by Craig Benzine, Sam Grant, Matt Weber, David Wolff and Ryan Wolff Video Rating: / 5 James from Plant Chicago, NFP explains the basics of aquaponics. Learn more about Plant Chicago, its aquaponics systems and its other farm operations at http://www.PlantChicago.org. Aquaponics is a recirculating, closed-loop food production system for growing fish and plants in a symbiotic environment. Plant Chicago, NFP operates several aquaponic systems in the basement of The Plant! LINKS: Website: http://www.PlantChicago.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/plantchicago Twitter: @PlantChicago | https://twitter.com/plantchicago Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyDIY Hydro Grow Bucket under $10 off grid hydroponic container get HUGE ghost pepper plant!!Why We Have Aquaponics at The Plant – Plant Chicago, NFP ExplainsAquaponic Farm with Fish & Vegetables at a Former Meat Packing Factory at Plant ChicagoAeroponic Plant Growing Bucket System, The Maxx Power PRO 126 Laws of Plant Growth That You Must Know and Follow

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24 Comments

  • ryanfranciscoalpha 1 year ago

    Am i the only one thinking that the plant looks like terminus the guy looks like he wants to eat greg.?

  • ryanfranciscoalpha 1 year ago

    She is beautiful?

  • Kim De Boer 1 year ago

    Does the biogas in the turbine generator have a lot of sulfur in it? Because that's the problem with reclaiming biogas from wastewater treatment plants and landfills.?

  • seigeengine 1 year ago

    The only thing that bothers me with their program is the "Kombucha brewery."

    Products that purport to be amazing health substances but which really are complete bunk…. just puts a bad taste in my mouth over the entire operation.?

  • Michelle Gibson 1 year ago

    This is awesome but is there a way to keep the fish in a bigger environment so they have more room to swim?….Outside of that I love it.?

  • vape guy 261 1 year ago

    i like that wouldnt

  • Adina V 1 year ago

    I like the idea a lot, but the fish really don't have a good life, do they??

  • 1emanres 1 year ago

    This is a very intelligent operation. If the regulatory authorities over it are anything like the control heirarchy over federal informants, then in my experience the information sent up to prove virtue to the regulatory authorities will simply be stolen and credited to someone else in the upper class and you will be without your activity eventually.

  • Rain Tree 1 year ago

    this is awesome! !!! We need to teach people this way! ! Most people are so stuck on the linear system! ?

  • Adam Panoulias 1 year ago

    She's cute.?

  • chuchay cuchu 1 year ago

    I like the idea!?

  • Charles Hanson 1 year ago

    Whoa, what kind of start up capital do these people have?

  • Miki Meadows 1 year ago

    how much red tape have they been able to get rid of??

  • Miki Meadows 1 year ago

    farmers in general look for the best way to use resources.?

  • Chris Lightfoot 1 year ago

    Good idea, well executed. Applies for both the plant and the video.?

  • Clarice Faye Aurelio 1 year ago

    "The Plant will produce all of its own electricity and heat on site and using proven technologies. Our anaerobic digester will take in food waste (everything from spent distillers grains to vegetable produce waste to beef-fat sludge), digest it, and release methane into a combined heat and power (CHP) system. This system will supply the building with heat and electricity. The Plant will remain connected to the public electrical grid and natural gas pipeline, providing us not only with a backup power source but also the possibility of feeding our surplus electricity back to the public grid.

    So while we may occasionally take power from the grid, we will also be giving it back, leaving us with a net-zero usage level."

    From their website. To all those wondering about their electricity usage.
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  • Aaron Fullbright 1 year ago

    Well explained! Great video!?

  • Foma Bocut 1 year ago

    The great news is you possibly can create your own aquaphonics system eventhough you have no idea about building aquaphonics before.?

  • Andrey Bolgov 1 year ago

    You do not need a lot of skill about gardening to grow plants and fruits without toxic chemicals with aquaphonics system?

  • ilan jacob 1 year ago

    you can contact me also ilanyak@gmail.com?

  • ilan jacob 1 year ago

    where can i learn more on aquaponics? i want to open an aquaponic farm in israel?

  • Henry Finkelstein 1 year ago

    Great work and love what you're doing at the plant.

  • 54mur41 1 year ago

    what happens to the hydrogen the nitrosomona strips off??

  • Shirley Bryant 1 year ago

    Great video- thanks for the clear explanation and graphics!?