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Milwaukee’s Growing Power, a community-based urban food center, is using plants as natural water filters for raising yellow perch. Fred Binkowski, an aquaculture specialist with the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, provides technical advice on the experimental effort. www.growingpower.org www.seagrant.wisc.edu Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Tomatoes In Greenhouses – Hanging Basket TomatoesAquaponics Grow Tower (Tips and Tricks On Growing Vertically with Fish)Online Course To Learn Aquaponic Gardening How To Growing Fish and Vegetables TogetherRAS Indoor Fish Farming in BangladeshVertical Farms in Multi-Level Controlled-Environment Greenhouses using Hydroponics & Red/Blue LED’sGreenhouses – Future of Agriculture and Electricity Generation

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20 Comments

  • Billy Batson 11 months ago

    Now that's what I call "going green".

  • SHOOKSLAY 11 months ago

    Mercury is found in fish atbth

  • Dafydd Nicholas 11 months ago

    This brings hope and employment while reducing wasteful transpiration. 

  • Sol Amun 11 months ago

    one word, Genius. 

  • SuperLastMohican 11 months ago

    I'm going to build one in my room…I love eating fish but I don't like paying money for it

  • Billy Bong 11 months ago

    What are they using to feed the fish.
    Feeding PHarmed Fish remains the biggest obstacle.
    Are they being fed antibiotics, growth hormones, hydrolyzed poultry feathers and such?

  • rjm420silverback 11 months ago

    Imagine this franchised in a manner to where the community ultimately gains with overall economic stability. Bravo!

  • jntroisi 11 months ago

    Very cool

  • Tim Posey 11 months ago

    Are there any known differences between these yellow perchand tilapia

  • Roberto Estrada 11 months ago

    This system is ideal for sustainable development and of course, the fish does not have mercury like the fish from the oceans. At the same time there is no need for transportation. Very god guys keep on telling people how to do it in underdeveloped countries.

  • 00WoW00 11 months ago

    Let's hear it for mercury free fish. What a wonderful idea. I hope that this catches on around the US.

  • Bean Cube 11 months ago

    These, instead of IMF and Wall St, are reasons we go to school. IMF and Wall St are one big scam and brain washing magazine we must eliminate with modern communication. We don't need them to trade our resources and our valuable efforts.

  • ziggymainer 11 months ago

    This is absolutely fantastic….Godspeed!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • idrinkguinnessalot 11 months ago

    I wish there was a "Growing Power" here in the San Antonio Texas inner city.

  • lisa finley 11 months ago

    wow this is awesome!
    

  • Wotchadoinbro 11 months ago

    That, is cool.

  • john galt 11 months ago

    that is bad ass 

  • peaceinstead 11 months ago

    Love what youre doing and your informative video Thank you!! What is the best ph level for the fish? Im a pioneer with an open source sustainable community project called OneCommunityRanch (a .org) and we are getting ready to set up an organic farm using Aquaponics and are hoping to find some members educated in this system of growing. Thank You for the video and in helping to change our world!!

  • Me Here 11 months ago

    This is so awesome. OUTSTANDING! Thanks for sharing.

  • Netherwing 11 months ago

    @grandmastermicochero Depends on if your in a country that gets snow and ect..