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Open Source Aquaponics Data

This group is to share quantitative data on spreadsheets so as to develop a data set from which to understand aquaponics according to climate, nutrients, system sizing etc.

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PH Meter Reading

Started by Ame Takashi Oct 1, 2012. 0 Replies

Hi there,I am very new here, can anyone let me know using a PH meter. I was wondering can I use the PH meter for soil too? So I don't have to invest two meter.ThanksAmeContinue

Data Collection

Started by Miguel Afonso. Last reply by Steve Vaitl May 15, 2012. 10 Replies

Lets put together a spreadsheet that every one can add data to and submit monthly. I think that we should make a standard spreadsheet available. My suggestion is, it should include. Name. Location.…Continue

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Comment by Miguel Afonso on August 18, 2011 at 7:36pm
Passion fruit are notoriously productive
Comment by Kobus Jooste on August 18, 2011 at 3:31pm
depends on how many other plants in the system :).  When it comes to production data, I am weary of non-scientific sources because their claims cannot be scrutinised in a way I am used to.  The production results of Savidov and Rakocy are some of the few that were based on scientific principles, but can only be applied to systems that operate in a similar fashion.  I just pulled over 100 passion fruit off a vine that has been going for one season.  That is just one vine, one season, one system configuration.  We are still very far off detailed yield results for all types of AP systems.  I've seen the 100 pounds of tomato per plant claim before as well.
Comment by Miguel Afonso on August 18, 2011 at 2:05pm

Would I be exagerating if I said an average of 100 pounds of tomatoes per year per indeterminate plant?

 

Comment by Miguel Afonso on August 18, 2011 at 12:40pm
What would you say the average yield (lbs) of tomatoes per plant is per year?
 

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