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Bite-sized Science-Aquaponics in Florida - Shared screen with speaker view
Brittany Hall-Scharf
13:33
Thank you for joining us! We will begin shortly.
Brittany Hall-Scharf
16:49
Archived BSS – Aquaculture: https://flseagrant.ifas.ufl.edu/environmental-education/bite-sized-science-webinar-series/archived-webinars/
Brittany Hall-Scharf
18:15
FDACS - https://www.fdacs.gov/About-Us/Publications/Aquaculture-PublicationsFWC - https://myfwc.com/license/commercial/aquaponics/
Brittany Hall-Scharf
40:04
FAO Manuel - http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4021e.pdf
Barbara Evans
40:53
How do you access Panaqua?
Jo Anne Kani-Miller
41:03
What do you feed the fish?
Judy Z
41:04
What is the smallest size structure you would be able to do aquaponics in.
Brittany Hall-Scharf
41:51
lgtiu@ufl.edu
Arthur Agdeppa
42:54
What are typical stocking densities for the fish that you use in your setups?
Judy Z
44:21
how do you choose your fish?
Shiela Stone
45:36
What are the most important water quality measurements for the aquaponics system
Akshay Vrat
45:40
hi there! I am watching you from India. I have a small hydroponic farm here. I am looking to expand it at a commercial scale with Aquaponics. Here in India we have extreme temperature variation like 40 Degree F to 115 Degree F. Would you suggest Aquaponics in this scenario?
Jo Anne Kani-Miller
46:04
Can you combine species of fish?
Jo Anne Kani-Miller
46:41
Where do you get small #s of fish?
Judy Z
51:21
Thank you So Much !!
Akshay Vrat
51:31
thanks