Workshops & Field Days
Browse our blog posts to learn about the various Workshops & Field Days that we hold in Australia and around the world.
Jesse and Molly We are excited to announce that we have added Jesse Hull and Molly Stanek to the teaching staff at the upcoming Practical Aquaponics training in Orlando. They are experts in Insect pest management which is essential for greenhouses, also they will be teaching Lighting and Water quality. Remember this will be a small group of students - less than 50 with 6 instructors and a staff or 12. A great teacher to student ratio. If you haven't registered yet please do so soon as we are filling up fast now. The hotel suites sleep six and are only $99 a night. We are providing a full breakfast and lunch all day plus all transportation to the Farms. Don't miss this training if you can make it as it will be a great teaching staff . . .
Guest Post by SAHIB. Sahib is one of our Instructors for our upcoming Orlando 4 day Practical Aquaponics & Planet Stewards Training. Sahib lives in Florida and has extensive Aquaponics gardens and amongst other interests he is very involved in community charity work. Sahib writes, 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?” A selection of vegetables harvested from one of Sahib's Aquaponic Gardens....today....Can't get fresher produce than that! During the last two years or so, I have found that you can grow almost any vegetable and plants that you choose to in Aquaponics. You may need to adapt the grow be . . .
Listen to the Podcast. Murray Hallam Well , good morning I am talking with Penn Parmenter of Westcliffe in Colorado. How are you today? Penn Parmenter. Great, I am talking with you from my mountain.Murray Hallam. Up in the mountains there. That is about as far away from Australia as you can get I think, up there in altitude of the Rockies, so I find it quite interesting. Anyway, look I want to talk to you today about seed saving. In the training you are going to be doing in Florida next month, I see you have got listed there you are going to train us in seed saving. Now, why should we save seeds? Corn growing in a field. Corn, one of the more difficult seeds to save. Penn Parmenter. Well I'll tell you something Murray, If you think th . . .
It is getting exciting. Only a few days to go and we will be into our first ever Australian Aquaponics Farm Workshop.Running the air at full throttle in the main fish tank. We have just filled the system with water from the dam and we are hoping for a very quick "cycl . . .
Today’s health conscious consumers hunger for good, clean, locally grown food. On April 21 – 24, and April 26 – 29, Green Acre Organics, in partnership with The Aquaponic Source and Practical Aquaponics, will offer a comprehensive aquaponic farming course t . . .
How can I be sure I will be able to market my produce and make my Aquaponics business profitable? Why do I need a website . Do I really have to go to all that trouble, after all I am just going to be growing some vegetables . These are some of the areas explored by Mur . . .
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Jesse and Molly We are excited to announce that we have added Jesse Hull and Molly Stanek to the t . . .
Posted By Murray Hallam on Sunday 2nd September 2012
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Guest Post by SAHIB. Sahib is one of our Instructors for our upcoming Orlando 4 day Practical Aquap . . .
Posted By Murray Hallam on Thursday 9th August 2012
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Listen to the Podcast. Murray Hallam Well , good morning I am talking with Penn Parmenter of West . . .
Posted By Murray Hallam on Thursday 22nd March 2012
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