Here are studies that can provide a deeper understanding of aquaponics

Aquaponics Growing Fish and Plants Together – Colorado State

Recirculating Aquaculture Tank Production Systems: Aquaponics Integrating Fish and Plant Culture – Southern Regional Aquaculture Center study of University of the Virgin Islands

Update on Tilapia and Vegetable Production in the UVI Aquaponic System – James E. Rakocy, Donald S. Bailey, R. Charlie Shultz and Eric S. Thoman, University of the Virgin Islands

A Suspended Net-Pot, Non-Circulating Hydroponic Method for Commercial Production of Leafy, Romaine, and Semi-Head Lettuce – B. A. Kratky, Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Hawai’i, introduces a method growing hydroponically without aeration.

Small-Scale Lettuce Production with Hydroponics or Aquaponics – Harry Ako and Adam Baker, Department of Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering, University of Hawai’i

On-Farm Food Safety: Aquaponics – Jim Hollyer, Clyde Tamaru, Allen Riggs, RuthEllen Klinger-Bowen, Robert Howerton, Darren Okimoto, Luisa Castro, Tetsuzan ‘Benny’ Ron, B. K. ‘Kai’ Fox, Vanessa Troegner, and Glenn Martinez, University of Hawai’i

Biofiltration‐Nitrification Design Overview – James M. Ebeling, Ph.D., Environmental Engineer Aquaculture Systems Technologies, LLC New Orleans, LA

William A. Wurts Kentucky State University – Really getting down in the weeds

            Feeding channel catfish. General fish feeding application



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