It's great to see movement in this area as this is the key to Bioponica's core mission of closed loop farming sustainability.
Bioponica's method extracts all the phosphorus we need from food waste other green biomas (waste) and or simply human urine. It works because it relies on the natural and subtle ... Continue Reading
Bioponica has completed its greenhouse and Biogarden grow bed installation at the City of Refuge.
The project including site planning, grading and resurfacing was completed in 4 weeks. It includes a 20' x 40' foot greenhouse with rigid polycarbonate end walls and 3 commercial grow systems; two Biogardens and one Bio-Incubator.
The ... Continue Reading
Fish are people too. We'll it should come as little surprise that fish benefit from the same plants and herbs as humans. Ginger, nettles and mistletoe are known to improve immunity in persons with chronic infections. This study demostrates the importance of feeding fish a diet consistent with what makes ... Continue Reading
Growing mycorrhizomes on worm castings.
Great instruction on growing your own rhizome mycelia and bacteria for use in the garden. With bioponics, to prepare the beds before the planting, we can seed the porous media with the sweet blend of growth enhancement organisms harvested from the garden. Tens of thousand ... Continue Reading
Bioponics utilizes biologically decomposed organic matter as fertilizer source.
Similar to windrow dry composting except that the nutrients are all trapped in the water. Also, there is no physical effort involved. Fertilizing the bioponic garden is about as easy as taking out the trash. As a bioponic fertilizer source pre-consumer ... Continue Reading
Agricultural reuse of waste solids from anaerobic digestion.
Application of digestate on grasses. Courtesy: http://www.nebiosolids.org
These chapters can be reached through the above link. The information is useful to understand issues related to biosolids and the disposal. If digestates are made from waste for use in non bioponic aquatic systems they ... Continue Reading
Raising worms commercially
is a sustainable farming opportunity for individuals, non profits and business owners. The potential profits are good, in fact, they are greater than even raising produce. This is probably due to the fact that the worm industry is not subsidized nor is is monopolized. Reduce waste, produce ... Continue Reading
Come join us for the Georgia Organics Conference in Columbus Georgia this weekend. We're honored to be sharing the bill with the likes of Will Allen from Growing Power who will be the Keynote speaker. The Bioponica workshop will be held on Saturday. We'll discuss the Food Plant and how ... Continue Reading
ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS FOR H PYLORI
Here's Amy Kings remedy for ulcers due to H Pylori that I like. 90% of ulcers are due to this bacteria which is directly inhibited by the broccoli phytochemical.
* Manuka Honey (Active)– This is the new bomb for anyone suffering from a bacterial or staph infection — internally ... Continue Reading