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Gianna Short, Chengyan Yue, Neil Anderson, Carol Russell, and Nicholas Phelps

Aquaponics is an integrated system with both hydroponic plant production and aquaculture fish production. Methods of operation and system design can vary greatly depending on the environment and the production goals. Typically, water with fish waste

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Chengyan Yue, Zata Vickers, Jingjing Wang, Neil O. Anderson, Lauren Wisdorf, Jenna Brady, Michele Schermann, Nicholas Phelps, and Paul Venturelli

Aquaponics, also known as the integration of aquaculture and hydroponics ( Love et al., 2015 ), has attracted growing interest from producers and researchers around the globe. With the combination of the hydroponic production of plants and the

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Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi and Donald S. Bailey

Aquaponics is a food production technology that combines aquaculture and hydroponics in an integrated recirculating system without soil ( Rakocy et al., 2006 ). The aquaponics ecosystem is composed by fish, bacteria, and plants ( Somerville et al

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Marie Abbey, Neil O. Anderson, Chengyan Yue, Michele Schermann, Nicholas Phelps, Paul Venturelli, and Zata Vickers

Aquaponics incorporates hydroponics (soilless plant production) and aquaculture (fish production) into a closed-loop, recirculating system ( Rakocy et al., 2006 ). Waste from the fish production provides the primary nutrients for the crop plants

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Richard V. Tyson, Danielle D. Treadwell, and Eric H. Simonne

Aquaponics ( Diver and Rinehart, 2010 ; Nelson, 2007 ) is an integrated system that links hydroponic production ( Jensen, 1997 ; Resh, 2004 ) with recirculating aquaculture ( Timmons et al., 2002 ). The advantages of linking crop production and

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Richard V. Tyson, Eric H. Simonne, Danielle D. Treadwell, James M. White, and Amarat Simonne

Aquaponics is the integration of hydroponic and aquaculture systems. Cucumber ( Cucumis sativus ) is an important hydroponic greenhouse crop ( Tyson et al., 2001 ) with potential for production in aquaponic systems ( Timmons et al., 2002

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D. Allen Pattillo, Wheeler G. Foshee III, Eugene K. Blythe, Jeremy Pickens, Daniel Wells, Tyler A. Monday, and Terrill R. Hanson

et al., 1999 ; Pattillo, 2017a ). The efficacy of aquaculture effluent for supplying required plant nutrients has been studied in the field of aquaponics ( Blanchard et al., 2020 ; Danaher et al., 2013 , 2016 ; Graber and Junge, 2009 ; Khater et

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Noah J. Langenfeld and Bruce Bugbee

). DO is necessary for nitrification in aquaponic systems; concentrations near saturation promote aerobic bacteria and nitrification whereas depleted levels promote anaerobic bacteria and denitrification ( Wongkiew et al., 2017 ; Zhen et al., 2015

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Harry Janes, James Cavazzoni, Guna Alagappan, David Specca, and Joseph Willis

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-Region 2 has provided support for the installation of the LFG-fueled microturbine and desalinization system, and for demonstration of the aquaponic and algal culture systems at the BCRRC greenhouse site.

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Kent D. Kobayashi, Theodore J.K. Radovich, and Brooke E. Moreno

). In the last 3 years, TPSS 300 has been modified to incorporate more topics on environmental sustainability in agriculture ( Kobayashi and Perez, 2009 ). New topics that were added include sustainable agriculture, agroecology, aquaponics, precision