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Searching for solutions about indoor vertical agriculture, I visited Rob Virgin from Taiwan Hydroponics the developer of the Vertical Hydroponic Grow Tube System. We also went to Home Aquaponics an open to the public test facility for all things aeroponic and aquaponic. Let me take you through a tour of the future of agriculture. This is a solution we will use during the transition to indoor farming during the Grand Solar Minimum. Contact Rob Virgin *** ADAPT 2030 Abundant Harvest E-Book Link *** *** ADAPT 2030 True Leaf Market Link *** Mountain Valley Seed Co. Products *** Today’s Story Links *** Taiwan Hydroponics Vertical Grow Tube System *** ADAPT 2030 Social Media Links *** ADAPT 2030 on PayPal Steem: FB: Twitter: GAB: Mini Ice Age Conversations Podcast iTunes: Stitcher Radio: Soundcloud: Libsyn: Revolution Radio: Studio A – Thursday Nights – 10 PM to Midnight E.S.T. BitChute: Content Created & Produced by David DuByne Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Aquaponics Indoor Systems – (Aquarium Fish Tank, Vertical Farming and Mini Tanks)Vertical farming, Aquaponics, Hydroponics etcVertical farming, Aquaponics, Hydroponics etcVertical farming, Aquaponics, Hydroponics etcVertical farming, Aquaponics, Hydroponics etcReal Change Aquaponics _ Hydroponics _ Vertical Farming

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  • Wonnie Wonsyld 6 months ago

    I purchase Bob's Red Mill stone ground whole wheat flour. As I was dumping what was left of a bag into a canister, I compared the old bag with a new one purchased this week. Both state the only ingredient as "whole grain hard red wheat." However the old bag says 6 gm protein and the new bag says 7 gm protein. Do they test each batch? How does the company determine the protein of their product?

  • ATLANT 6 months ago

    I really want you to try out the Aquaponics system because I truly
    beleive its the best way to grow heallthy organic food at home.
    Check it –

  • Harbournails& Spa 6 months ago

    Thank you David.

  • TheDJRStyles 6 months ago

    no one can live off kale and herbs. you will the most nutrient foods to survive colder climates, like animal products.

  • seumasmacdonald 6 months ago

    LED lighting would have to include UVA and UVB and IR as well as full spectrum visible light, non?

  • seumasmacdonald 6 months ago

    have the plants been tested for nutritional quality?

  • Paul Smith 6 months ago

    If you want to see a scalable and PROFITABLE, did I say proven PROFITABLE aquaponic system, I suggest You look at
    These folks have been operating a PROFITABLE system and teaching about aquaponics for over 10 years. They offer teaching seminars as well plans for all sizes of aquaponic systems. They know what they are doing. They have experimented almost all of the systems out there and can tell You what works and what doesn't. Don't waste Your time and, AND $$$ on anything less.
    When we fall into the deep Grand Solar minimum, there will be only a few fish that will be able to survive the various climate extremes. And, unless You come up with a NON-ELECTRIC water pumping, the vertical and an aquaponic systems will be a challenge. The water needs to be changed and aerated at a very regular interval. And a true aquaponic system still needs some nutrient suplimentation if You are going to grow all kinds of plants.

    I am looking into Vermiponics, using worms instead of fish. Much less water pumping required.
    How about peeponics. Using human and animal pee as plant food.

  • Art Expression 6 months ago

    I tried growing lettuce in miracle grow dirt…no natural minerals in that dirt (Miracle Grow Dirt Sucks).  Lettuce tasted like water….and plant structure was weak, mushy.  Planting in good old earth soil, plant roots can reach that awesome mineral layer.  We need those minerals, and you can taste it in the plant.  Also, natural forces harden the plant…wind, rain….it all plays it's part with top nutrient bio earth layer and lower mineral earth layer = tastier, stronger, better texture, healthier for our bodies, plants.  Also, I would like to see the cost of all that hydroponic equipment compared and how long it takes to get any return on your investment.  How much equipment and cost would it take to feed a family of 5 for 1 year? Yes I think the tech part is cool, and I can borrow some things from it myself (DYI), if I need to, but you would never get me to pay top dollar for what I see there.  Anyway, it is good to at least see and compare the options.  Thank you.

  • Pio Linhares 6 months ago

    Would like to see the fish tanks too

  • Morning D.E.W. 6 months ago


  • ikramkhan0786 6 months ago

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  • Sodthong 6 months ago

    They will be devoid of minerals, only soil contains minerals …

  • Sue Warman 6 months ago

    Just a thought – what are the fish fed on? Is it a closed-loop system?

    VERTICAL URBAN AGRICULTURE: Amazing recap of by Will Allen of his career with Growing Power (won the $500,000 MacArthur Genius Grant in 2008) – And funny. At 3:10 "Can anyone tell me? What's different about these kids than the kids today?" Then he says what's different 🙂

  • Steve Tucker 6 months ago

    If you were doing this on a small scale to sustain (say) just your own family, you would need to grow something that can be stored – eg frozen. (I don't think you can freeze lettuce) also, is it possible to grow root vegetables hydroponically or in those coir tubes. I am thinking that we are likely to have to deal with permafrost, which would make it impossible to grow things like potatoes, carrots etc outside. Do these things need earth or would they grow in water tanks?

    Dr Dan Winter has created an apparatus called "Theraphi" which is primarily designed to improve health, but water and seeds passed through his device grow more quickly and produce healthier crops. (As far as I know there is only testimonial evidence of this no specific research). He has many YT videos on this

  • Little Red Hen 6 months ago

    That's exciting!

  • Jim Clercx 6 months ago

    AGDAY 8/10/18

  • Jim Clercx 6 months ago
    starting at 9:30 mark…..wheat crop world wide being reduced….in area david said they would be….hmmmmmmm

  • Suzy Q 6 months ago

    Looks like the Belgians may take fries off their menus, due to potato shortages:

  • Dean Baumgartner 6 months ago

    What a great informative program. Wow, you blew me away. This one goes into the keep file. The Truth will set you free.