- May 23, 2012 - 02:21
Aquaponic systems vary in size from small indoor or outdoor units to large commercial units, using the same technology. The systems usually contain fresh water, but salt water systems are plausible depending on the type of aquatic animal and which plants. Thanks. Regards, aquaculture
- p earle
- March 23, 2012 - 12:49
Take a bow Mrs Marshall for throwing Ottawa's crums at our man made fishery , aquaculture, while it is destroying the natural priceless renewable resource god put here. Your doing such an excellent job up there, like all the rest that came from this province, to protect our future...not a word from you with all thats going on from the DFo to change the rules of the fisheries act that will allow business and foreigners to do what they want. Your useless like the rest except for taking your salary and pension when you retire providing you do now what Harper wnats you to do...which is destroy our future fishery while he makes a reservation of our island. Harper and the canadian government will do the same to us here as the US did to the plaines indians in the 1800's. pe
- March 22, 2012 - 18:48
You got it! It sure looks like NL is getting shafted by Ottawa when it comes to protecting the cod stocks. How many ships are fishing the Nose and Tail of The Grand Banks at this moment. Great Job Ottawa!
- March 21, 2012 - 10:17
What a lame brain government. They can give $4 Million to a manufactured industry, but they are trying to wipe out the natural resource by neglect. Talk about heads up their asses. Good thoughtful representation in the Senate for sure.