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PostPosted: Dec 21st, '13, 22:24 
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Nanniode Aquaponics wrote:
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So when do you think to make us happy with your workshop documentation?

Seems like you are very particular on eliciting this info but I really do not know how I can share the entire workshop documentation for your easy reference.

We have another one day AP training workshop scheduled to be on Dec 29th, 2013. It costs only $15. You get a full day (6 hours) power-point training, a site tour (2 hours), a sumptuous lunch (vegetable biriyani) with fresh fried fish (carp-katla), 2 tea, 2 snacks (vada, bajji, samosa, or similar snack), and a small Guide to the Future of Farming written by me. Please see if you can make it.


That sounds like you're making a huge profit on your training workshop.

Do you make more money from selling vegetables and fish, or from running workshops?

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We have another one day AP training workshop scheduled to be on Dec 29th, 2013. It costs only $15. You get a full day (6 hours) power-point training, a site tour (2 hours), a sumptuous lunch (vegetable biriyani) with fresh fried fish (carp-katla), 2 tea, 2 snacks (vada, bajji, samosa, or similar snack), and a small Guide to the Future of Farming written by me. Please see if you can make it.


Do you make more money from selling vegetables and fish, or from running workshops?

For now, these AP educational activities do help in getting things rolling.
Our first fish harvest results are expected by March 2014. Veggies are a bonus. Made several harvests that are being used by our families and near/dear ones. Over time, the present systems will be further expanded and upgraded.

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Reading through the posts I didn't get the impression that comment was aimed at you???


It wasn't.

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Another Aquaponics training workshop today 10 AM-6 PM...
Meeting a crowd of 45 farming entrepreneurs...
Wish us luck and be a part of the agricultural revolution in India! :)

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Hope everyone benefits :thumbright:

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It went on well, Damian.
Hairy, yes sure. Most of their enthusiasm was contagious and we hope everyone begins their own AP systems soon.

Here are the pictures - https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.703730796311316.1073741835.640842599266803&type=1&l=7d3565b4bb

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We had an Aquaponics training program yesterday. Here are the pictures -https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.707137312637331.1073741837.640842599266803&type=1&l=0db89315ab

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Oldy but i guess india has lots of coconuts to use as media in these systems that you can find at this link https://aquaponicmachine.wordpress.com/


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Damian wrote:
Oldy but i guess india has lots of coconuts to use as media in these systems that you can find at this link https://aquaponicmachine.wordpress.com/

Hi old friend Damian, good to hear from you. I am alive here too.

Are you still with those tiny hobby systems? I wish you all the best.

We thought of coarse-powdered coconut shells but then they have 30-35% Lignin in them which is not very easy to compost and remove.

These days I focus on sand culture in aquaponics organic farming. You may want to check some of our new videos and news stories here at www.aquaponicsfuturist.com

Cheers!

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