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Aquaponics: Paradigm Shift with Airlift Pumps Part 2

Aquaponics: New Paradigm Shift with Airlift

In an attempt to promote and improve the economics, safety and security of our aquaponic systems we started developing efficient airlift-pumping technology that will replace both water pumps and air pumps that were dedicated only to air stones. In the “Aquaponics: New Paradigm Shift with Airlift” webinars hosts by the eXtension community, we wish to present a variety of airlift pumping systems that can be used for aquaponics, backyard and commercial farming. During our presentation on August 12, 2013 we will go through the various airlift pump systems that were developed by Glenn Martinez of Olomana Garden and we’ll concentrate then on the “How To” of one particular system.

Tetsuzan Benny Ron,PhD, is from the University of Hawai’i.

The May 30 Introduction to Aquaponics: Paradigm Shift with Airlift recording is available online, http://www.extension.org/68223.

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