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Greetings my friends. I have been invited to be a speaker in the aquaponics section of the upcoming University of Arizona Greenhouse Crop Production and Engineering Design short course April 7 - 12 2013. (Note, I am not on the schedule yet, they just invited me yesterday. The date will be April 10th.) In developing my presentation I would like to show some photos of what you are doing.  If you would like to be included, please post a HQ pic here. I can't promise to use all of them but I will use what I can.

Here is the link to the U of Az Program: http://bit.ly/10d6HOa

I look forward to hearing from you.

P.S. Yes this is a repost. For some reason my spelling program is not kicking in so I had to make some manual corrections. Hope I caught all of them.

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Hey Dr. Brooks, I see people haven't been posting pics for you so I'll send mine if that okay

Wow, very nice. Both the pics and what is in them. Thank you.

Finally on the schedule for the Aquaponics short course in Tucson. Still trying to lock down the day. My talk is either Wed afternoon or Thursday afternoon. Please send more pictures!!!!!

Here is the link to the U of Az Program: http://bit.ly/10d6HOa

Hey Doc. You looking for any pics from Appalachia? Here are a few of our AP set up if so:

Greetings my Jim and thank you. Could you provide some details so I may have a better understanding of what you are accomplishing?

Got word it will be Thursday afternoon. Here is the link to the U of Az Program: http://bit.ly/10d6HOa

We are building a 1 - 2 family back yard food factory. As the plan shows there will be about 60 linear feet of grow beds and 5 fish tanks. Right now we have 5 fish tanks with Trout in 2 and catfish and bluegill in others and 5 media GBs finished using granite gravel as media and as soon as weather allows we will be installing the raft bed and the row of barrelponics GBs in the S window. I may replace those with my 20 foot long high rate composter instead. Still undecided on that as I may add another room to the GH for the composter and a maintenance shop. It is so nice working in the warm GH in the Winter that I even make the bell siphons I sell in there. Here is a quick pic of my composter that will also help heat the area and I plan on a section of GBs fed by compost tea as a fishless companion system as well.If I can be of any more help please let me know. Sustainable living is the new priority. It is always hard being ahead of the curve
Dr. George B. Brooks, Jr. said:

Greetings my Jim and thank you. Could you provide some details so I may have a better understanding of what you are accomplishing?

So cool!

Say Matt. In those photos above, how old is the lettuce?

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