In these past couple of months Kodaponics has entered a new phase of research and development. As Connor and I began Kodaponics one of the motives was to create a legal embodiment of our shared passions and curiosities with which we could compile a compendium of the botanical knowledge and aquaponic wizardry we discover along our path. The more we learn, the more it becomes evident that we know nothing about how fantastically intricate the lives of microbes, mushrooms and plants are woven together.
Well, this next phase is all about the refinement of the aquaponic process. We learned that we could grow things real fast and big. All six of our outdoor systems produced massive mint, okra, basil, cucumber, pepper, passion flowers, turks cap, lemon balm, lemon verbena, and more. With everything we learned we can take this winter to hunker down and level up our more nuanced understanding of horticulture. Connor has moved to Colorado to serve as a kodaponics liaison to the wonderful world of aquaponic cannabis. Our winter reading list is mainly comprised of amazing new sciences like biostimulants, beneficial mycorrhizae, plant growth promoting bacteria, and so on. We hope to apply this in our fledgling Kodaponics 420 research project that will result in a comprehensive aquaponic cannabis production system.
I also want to give a shout out to https://blog.feedspot.com/aquaponics_blogs/ for mentioning us as top aquaponic blog. We're excited to continue sharing what we've learned!
12/16/2019 04:42:28 pm
I have no idea what aquaponic siphons were, but that was before I read this blog of yours. I understand that it is not easy to just go and read all about this, that is for sure. I was able to understand a couple of things about it, but I am still a long road away from completely understanding it. I am really hoping that I can make a lot of progress in the future. I want to be an expert on this topic.
12/17/2019 02:02:17 pm
That's awesome, I'm glad you were able to learn more with us! I highly recommend a channel on Youtube called "Practical Engineering" for learning more about siphons. Check out the video link to see a bell siphon in action!
3/20/2020 06:56:11 am
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