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  1. Hi Geoff,

    I invite you to visit http://www.urbanaquaponics.com.au or http://www.urbanaquaponics.blogspot.com.

    If you like what you see, I invite you to link to the site.

    You may also like to check out http://www.aquaponicshq.com/forums/ ….a well-managed forum on Aquaponics.

    Regards…..Gary Donaldson

  2. Hi Geoff,
    I hope you can get this site going.

    Check out http://www.aquaponicsHQ.com/forums for Aquaponic information and help.

    Murray Hallam http://www.aquaponics.NET.au

  3. How do i become involved? I think i have something to contribute. Labour skills, thoughts and ideas. Please let me know. Thanks

  4. Hi Geoff,

    I am writing to you from Maldives and I have a project that I need to discuss with you regarding aquaponics in the Maldives. So, please contact me at your earliest convenience. Please email me your mail address so that I can contact you via email. This is very urgent so I will appreciate a very quick response. Thanks

  5. Hi Geoff,

    I’m a French student in aquaculture. I want to do an internship in aquaponics or in fishfarming. Do you have some contacts ? Could you help me ?
    Thanks a lot !

    Regards

    Jean Ruche

  6. Hi Geoff
    I have a question it seems nobody has mentioned yet,
    what about the nutritional value in the veges,has any testing been done yet. As you know most commercial veges have a highly reduced
    ORAC level compared to the veges of 30 years ago.

    A tomato for example, grown commercially, has only a quarter of the
    nutritional value compared to an organically grown tomato grown in good soil

    i think it’s important to know if the nutrient value of this style of growing food is delivering high quality produce ,with high value nutrition.

    Do you have any statistics on this aspect.

    cheers b
    joe

  7. Hi Geoff
    I have a question it seems nobody has mentioned yet,
    what about the nutritional value in the veges,has any testing been done yet. As you know most commercial veges have a highly reduced
    ORAC level compared to the veges of 30 years ago.

    A tomato for example, grown commercially, has only a quarter of the
    nutritional value compared to an organically grown tomato grown in good soil

    i think it’s important to know if the nutrient value of this style of growing food is delivering high quality produce ,with high value nutrition.

    Do you have any statistics on this aspect.

    cheers
    joe


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