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Thanks Aquaponics Association - what a great event.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jesse Hull Sep 27, 2011. 5 Replies

I just want to say a big "thank you" to all who I met at the Orlando conference. I had a great time.It was a bit overwhelming and amazing to be with so many like minded folk.  It was great to meet ,…Continue

 

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At 1:40pm on July 9, 2018, abiola bawuah said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately.I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on this email( mabawuah9@aol.com ) for the full details,
Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.
Mrs Abiola.

At 1:39pm on July 9, 2018, abiola bawuah said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately.I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on this email( mabawuah9@aol.com ) for the full details,
Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.
Mrs Abiola.

At 6:06am on December 5, 2011, David Schwinghamer said…

Can you tell me how to accept a friend request?

At 5:24pm on July 25, 2011, Jesse Hull said…

Hey Murray, looking forward to Florida and the chance to meet in person.

 

At 5:16am on July 24, 2011, JohnNZ said…

Hi Murray,

Thanks for your reply and for the huge dept of appreciation I feel I owe you.  My system is up and running and my expectations are very much in line with your teachings. Aquaponics has given me outcomes above and beyond my previous experience, as a proponent of Deep Flow Technology. Your lay-back but very authoritative and professional approach has inspired me to venture into Aquaponics and to share in the community of other like minded people such as yourself.  Today I picked my first Broccoli Head and it was delicious..   More to come and thanks again.

Regards John and seventeen very happy goldfish.

At 9:44pm on July 23, 2011, Gina Cavaliero said…
I am so very looking forward to meeting you too Murray!  Thanks so much for being such a grand part of our conference.  I hope to get some images and pics out to you soon.  Can't wait to pick that wonderful brain of yours! ;) 
At 1:01pm on February 11, 2011, JohnNZ said…

Hello Murray.

Received DVD's 08/0211. Aquaponics and Aquaponic Secrets.

Thanks very much for such an open and enlightening video. I would recommend that every person who is interested in Aquaponics not just as a hobby base but for those who are considering going into commercial production put these DVD's on "Your must buy List"

My back ground is extensive with years of experience in conventional hydroponics and more professionally in Deep Flow Technology.  Aquaponics for me is a new adventure and my introduction through Sylvia Bernstein has been most rewarding. Growing produce via   Deep Flow Technology is more about expected outcomes with minimal cost. Comparatively more expensive to set up and once established by insuring you are giving your plants the ideal environment to grow more produce..  ie Tomatoes: Double the yield per square meter. By far the most expensive commodity in producing crops is good sustainable water. Deep Flow and NFT methods are to a point inefficient in respects to  water  usage. Aquaponics is quite different as I have been reading and will in the next few months I will experience for myself.. I am not going commercial but I am more likely to involve myself in research with a home based system.

Looking back I really enjoyed my experience.The growers and the people looking for an alternative to Hydroponics.  My interpretation. " Growing on a Knife Edge".  Crop failure through a mine field of variables. The waste of valuable water and the disposal of waste nutrient to the soil or chemical dump has made me very much aware of the better sustainable system. Aquaponics. Thanks Murray. Thanks Sylvia and to all others who I have yet to meet on this most wonderful journey.   Must go. My goldfish are calling.

Regards John

At 8:54pm on February 10, 2011, Sheryl Gambardella said…
I was worried about you and your family, hearing about the flooding. Sylvia said most of it missed you? I hope you are putting things to right again!
At 6:02pm on January 14, 2011, Nick LaHaise said…

Greetings Murray!

 

Thank you for all the work you're doing in this industry, and for providing amazing information!  I'm planning on building a CHOP2 system in a greenhouse, and I just wanted to know if it's a bad idea to use multiple grow beds, or if it makes it much more difficult.  Any suggestions?

 

Thanks again!

At 8:23pm on September 13, 2010, Jon Ezrine said…
Looking forward to the Denver event, Murray. I hope you don't get tired of questions.
Jon
 
 
 

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