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Sahib Aquaponics

This is a group for those that want to stay connected with Sahib Aquaponics. Sahib's goal is to be at the forefront of sustainable urban gardening by adopting the latest Aquaponics technologies and growing methods to provide both high quality food and fish, competitively priced, grown locally and grown naturally. Sahib combines the various methods of growing using Aquaponics and the resulting Hybrid systems he creates ensures that there is optimal use of the rich effluent fish water. He recognizes that it is crucial to make use of as much of the solids as possible to grow the maximum possible food in the most economic way and in the least amount of space - which is always at a premium in urban areas.

 

Sahib's Aquaponics Research Farm uses a hybrid Aquaponics system with deep-water raft culture, media bed, various vertical towers, NFT and recirculating wicking beds. He also combines it all with plants in the ground and waters them with AP water. Complicated yet Sahib explains it all in lay man's terms

Visit us often and see what new methods and improvements Sahib is undertaking.

Website: http://sahibaquaponics.com/
Location: Winter Park, FL USA
Members: 96
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2017

Discussion Forum

Wheatgrass?

Started by R.K. Castillo. Last reply by R.K. Castillo Oct 17, 2013. 2 Replies

I noticed in your last video update you are now growing wheatgrass in aquaponics.  It looked like the wheatgrass was floating in water?  How did you set this up? Continue

Sahib Aquaponics at Lowe’s : Planting the seed for a better world

Started by Sahib Punjabi. Last reply by David Hart Mar 15, 2013. 1 Reply

Here is a post by Dave Hart, an experienced Aquapon who works with me at Sahib's Urban Aquaponics Hybrid Research Farm. The lady at Lowe's Dave refers to below is a Master Gardener and gives classes…Continue

Tags: Teach, Fish, Lowe's, Water, Aquaponics

Are you tired of peeling crocked carrots ?

Started by Sahib Punjabi Nov 19, 2012. 0 Replies

Have you tried growing carrots or other long root vegetables in Aquaponics? Whenever I tried to grow them, even in media beds filled with the lighter media such as Hydroton, I would get "crocked…Continue

Tags: radish, vegetables, diakon, mooli, bags

What shall we grow today? Okra

Started by Sahib Punjabi. Last reply by Chris Carr Aug 16, 2012. 6 Replies

A question that I am often asked is “Other than the lettuces and leafy greens, what else can you grow in Aquaponics?” That is then followed by, “Is it profitable?” Today I will suggest growing one of…Continue

Tags: Water, Food, Urban, Fish, Raft

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Comment by Sahib Punjabi on April 21, 2012 at 5:09pm

Nice to see Community members Colorado Aquaponics at Growhaus, Denver, CO and Southeast Regional Aquaponics Association Director/Chair TCYlnx system photos in the article. Great guys also sharing and teaching this wonderful knowledge :-)

Comment by john tramell on April 21, 2012 at 3:30pm

Sahib congrats on all you teach and show to the world you are truly a blessing,on your new mini vert towers what do you sugest to try and use as a growing media

Comment by Sahib Punjabi on April 21, 2012 at 10:54am

Sahib Aquaponics in Cornell University Small Farms Program Newsletter - In Urban Gardening Section :

A Good Fit for Small Spaces

In suburban Orlando, Florida, farmer Sahib Punjabi has developed several models of miniature re-circulating farms to fit in small, underused spaces, such as storage rooms and patios. In only 18 square feet, Punjabi’s “Zero Lot” Backyard Aquaponic System combines a variety of plant beds with a 55-gallon fish tank.
He aims to build a totally self-sufficient system that can be deployed anywhere, from developing-world villages to U.S. neighborhoods.

Re-circulating Farms: Growing healthy, fresh food and a new local f...

Comment by Ivette on April 4, 2012 at 3:00pm

Hi Sahib,

I love the idea of having food grown in empty parking lots. Creative genius! LOL

Kudos to you and I wish you all the success in the world with such a wonderful project as feeding the hungry.  

Comment by Carey Ma on March 4, 2012 at 2:12am

Keep up your good work my man. I miss your input here.

Comment by Sahib Punjabi on March 3, 2012 at 6:40pm

Here is a copy of the current newsletter of Sahib Aquaponics

Sahib Aquaponics Current News & Events

Comment by Nithiladevi on February 12, 2012 at 10:14am

oh super cool :) and thanks for your support 

Comment by Sahib Punjabi on February 12, 2012 at 7:05am

Very happy for you Nithiladevi :-)

Love to see some photos of your system that you built for your school project. 

As you may have read, IDEAS For Us recently partnered with Sahib Aquaponics to provide their student members education in Sustainable Urban Gardening using Aquaponics. They do have International Chapters so this may be something your College may want to look into. Let me know :-)

Comment by Nithiladevi on February 12, 2012 at 4:03am

Hi...The siphon of my first aquaponics system is working really fine draining in 6mins 

starts exactly one inch below the surface .. so excited 

Comment by David Owens on February 10, 2012 at 6:13am

Link is working fine. Pics look great, I can't wait to see the three tiered system as vertical farming should be very advantageous but that seems like a lot of water weight to support with 3 levels...good luck :

 

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