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SYSTEMMODULEEXAMPLESPRIORITYTIMEYIELDS$/SF/WEEKSYSTEM BUILD PROCEDUREGROWING PROCEDURE DETAILSEED SOURCESTYPICAL COST: ORGANICCOST: CONVENTIONALMARKET DEMAND: RANKINGMAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTSTEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTSCOST - SUPPLIES
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Selection Notes
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lettuce towers
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lettuce rafts
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lettuce gutters
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lettuce in organopics
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arugula (both wild and common)
SEE Team page at
http://OpenSourceEcology.org/wiki/Aquaponic_Greenhouse_Working_team
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bok choy
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spinach
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chard
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napa cabbage?
http://WhatIsAquaponics.co/napa-cabbage-havest
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radish
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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kale
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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cabbage
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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cauliflower
http://blogs.ScientificAmerican.com/at-scientific-american/2013/06/03/science-in-action-continues-in-swaziland
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broccoli
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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potatoes (in a bag?)
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chicory
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radicchio
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escarole
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butterhead lettuce
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mache lettuce
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oakleaf lettuce
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looseleaf lettuce
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cherry tomatoes
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red or brown beans
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chickpeas
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german chamomile
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cantaloupe
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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melon
http://AquaponicsSystems.net/aquaponics-systems-plants/aquaponic-farming-and-food-production
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banana
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orange
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lemon
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stevia (for sugar)
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mustard
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fennel
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cilantro
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basil
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watercress
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dill - champion for beneficial insects
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rosemary
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parsley
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sweet marjoram
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chives
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green onions
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mint
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garden cress
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alyssum - low growing flower for hosting beneficials
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bean plant - trap crop for aphids, whitefly, and spidermites; put beneficials onto these
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eggplant - trap crop for whitefly
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Hero or Bonanza yellow marigold - thrips trap and Orius banker plant
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borage - blue - edible flower
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cosmos
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tomato 1
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cucumber
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peas
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beets
http://UrbanOasisFarm.com
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carrots - sand bed
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garlic
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sweet potato
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strawberries
http://MapalPlastics.com/agri/site/en/pages/inPage.asp?catID=3
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raspberries
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mushroomDepends on scale and stages that the grower is involved in. Grain spawn that is used to incoculate grains takes about This takes 3 hours to prepare before incubating for 2 weeks. Once the grains are ready, they are use to inoculate straw. If the straw is fermented, preparation of straw takes an hour but takes a week or more of waiting to ferment. Inoculation takes about 5 minutes per 5-gallon bucket. Depending on the species, fruiting will occur in 1-3 weeks after inoculation.Per bucket: Up to 4-5 pounds fresh mushrooms over the course of 4-6 weeksIf stacked in towers, bucket only take up appox 1sf, with 5 bucket towers, $50-150 retail value can be harveted per flush.Straw is fermented. Buckets are drilled with 15-20 1/2" holes and several small drain holes in their bottom. Grain spawn is purchased or grown at home. Straw is inoculated in the bucket with the grain spawn then left to incubate. Fruiting is spontaneous and dependent on temperature, humidity, and fresh air availability.fieldforest.net or homemade: http://radicalmycology.com/publications/videos/mushroom-cultivation-for-remediation/For 12 buckets: Depends on whether grain inoculum is purchased ($40-60) for or home grown (~$10-20).Depends on location. Mushrooms are nutricious and medicinal but underappreciatedDepends on cultivar - 70-75ºF to incubate, same or lower temp to initiate fruiting.Most supplies are reuable, common, and inexpensive. Recurring inputs are grains and straw.
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fish
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worms
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black soldier fly - https://YouTube.com/watch?v=BnfkW4WgtG8
http://TheBioPod.com
http://Kunger.at/161540/1591397/overview/farm-432-insect-breeding-$189https://YouTube.com/watch?v=2Ik8qlC3S9khttps://YouTube.com/watch?v=2Ik8qlC3S9khttp://Kunger.at/161540/1591397/overview/farm-432-insect-breedinghttps://YouTube.com/watch?v=BnfkW4WgtG8
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aphidoletes midge - self-reproduction in greenhouse
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Hypoasphis
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orius - minute pirate bug
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ant control
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nursery area
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chickens
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eggs
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5 weeks - https://YouTube.com/watch?v=V56IsPmAr0g
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Sprouted grain for forage.
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pepino
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alfalfa sprouts
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sunflower sprouts
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chicory - force them in greenhouse
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