Category Archives: Aquaponics

Construction Begins, Wicking Philosophical– Glorious Hindsight

That’s a haiku, by the way. For those of you who read my last article, you will notice that the aquaponic system has found a new location despite having had the legendary Kubota tractor level a site for it elsewhere. … Continue reading

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Elusive Progress

I arrived in Pakse on Monday, June the 11th, after an overnight stop in Thakhek, the midpoint between Vientiane and my land. My new Hyundai truck performed beautifully and was slightly less expensive to drive than the now-gone Chinese SUV. … Continue reading

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Awkward Pause to Commercial Mode– A Graceless Transition

Two hands clap and there is a sound. What is the sound of one hand? — Hakuin Ekaku I’d say the sound of one hand clapping is pretty much the sound of my progress over the last few months. Rather … Continue reading

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Aquaponic System Final Design

I thought it’s about time to get down to business. So, I’m going to devote the month of June and probably a bit of July to building the first unit of what I hope will be many more units to … Continue reading

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Gandhi-Inspired Aquaponics

“Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish, and he will sit in the boat and drink beer all day.” (Mahatma Gandhi) As I begin to write this article, at this very … Continue reading

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