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News Update – Gardening Benefits You More

By |2022-04-20T16:07:17-07:00April 20th, 2022|Categories: Creative, In The News|

Original Article can be Found Here "Kelly Bogowith, a physical therapist at OSF HealthCare in Alton, Illinois, says planting roots – literally – is the jump start many need after being cooped up all winter. And she has no problem rattling off examples. “Using a wheelbarrow, kneeling down to garden, getting back up, carrying bags [...]

Great Resources – Pruning Establish Peach Trees

By |2022-02-14T11:52:24-07:00February 14th, 2022|Categories: In The News, Maintenance, Self Reliance|

Great Resources We here at ThatAquaponicsGuy are always looking to bring you the best in what it takes to be self-sufficient. Here is a simple video from the Extension of Utah State University, which was originally started as an agricultural college that helped people to learn how to farm, raise animals and make things a [...]

Grow Your Food Just in Your Backyard?

By |2021-09-02T17:20:01-07:00March 30th, 2021|Categories: In The News|

The original article can be found here Growing food on your yacht: Everything you need to know to become self-sufficient Self-sufficiency is a goal of many liveaboard cruisers who sail the world’s oceans, generating their own water and power, writes Erin Carey With limited space and the obvious challenges of salt, wind and motion, many [...]

Backyard farming moves up in the pecking order

By |2021-09-02T17:20:02-07:00February 9th, 2021|Categories: In The News|

The Original Article can be found here With strains on global food supply and distribution more people are trying their hand at raising their own. PARIS — The ripple effects of COVID-19 keep rolling. As the pandemic has affected food distribution and shut down some of the nation’s largest processors, consumers are responding by going [...]

News – Aquaponics Around the World – In France

By |2021-09-02T17:20:24-07:00December 29th, 2020|Categories: In The News|

PARIS — The ripple effects of COVID-19 keep rolling. As the pandemic has affected food distribution and shut down some of the nation’s largest processors, consumers are responding by going the old-fashioned route – becoming subsistence farmers. And nowhere is that more evident than at local feed and farm supply stores. “Last spring we sold [...]

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