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Joe Pate

As part of our Core Values, we have created a blog to exchange inspiring new ideas and collaborate with anyone who believes in a future with an abundance of fresh food, water, and air for generations to come.

What Is Aquaponics?

What Is Aquaponics?

Fish and plants, together. That's aquaponics: a food-growing form of agriculture that combines fish raising(aquaculture) with soil-less plant growth where the majority of nutrients for the plants are produced by the fish. An aquaponics system allows a large culture of...

Using Aquaponics to Grow Cut Flowers

Using Aquaponics to Grow Cut Flowers

In July of 2022, team members from Regen Aquaculture partnered with The Aquaponic Source to install a 1,000 gallon custom Flourish Fish Farm, designed and sourced by the The Aquaponic Source. Farmers Tom & Sarah own and operate Grateful Gardeners, a sustainable...

Farmers as Tech Leaders

Farmers as Tech Leaders

Farmers as Tech Leaders 💡 Emerging AI contributions in agriculture have turned the food-growing industry into a tech-dominant field. The goal of AI is to relieve the physical stressors for farmers, conserve energy and resources, and increase production, all good...

Antibiotics in Aquaponics

Antibiotics in Aquaponics

  💡  Most of the antibiotics used in aquaculture are not specific to aquaculture, thus promoting antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in bacteria and genes. 📌 Research Highlights: ▶ Authorized antibiotics in aquaculture come from substances primarily intended for...

The effect of dietary supplementation of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GCC-3 fermentation product on gut and liver health, and resistance against bacterial infection of the genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT, Oreochromis niloticus)

The effect of dietary supplementation of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GCC-3 fermentation product on gut and liver health, and resistance against bacterial infection of the genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT, Oreochromis niloticus)

A high-fat diet can promote the growth of fish and save protein, and its application is becoming more and more common in aquaculture. However, high-fat feed causes negative effects on fish health, including fatty liver and increased gut bacterial infections. 💡  The...

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