Comments: Food Section Digest - July 22, 2004

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I like the idea of educating kids about where their food comes from. It seems logical that a kid who helps grow and then eats fruit or vegetables from the garden is going to make healthy choices. A trip to a factory would also be edifying so they could see how processed foods are processed.

I think it's a great idea, but I doubt you can keep the kids away from twinkies and cup cakes no matter how many tomatoes they plant. Of course, if the schools continue to force sodas and french fries on kids for lunch, it's a losing battle. Did you see Super Size Me? Sad to see what kids are served. Many of my relatives work in education, and the soda manufactures have bought many districts as surely as the NRA owns congress.

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By using three interdependent subsystems, the
Aquaponics method facilitates the cultivation of plants and aquatic life forms in a confined space using purely organic methods.
So with this type of system, the water could be recycled over and over.
The sky in fact is the limit with all the type of fish you'll be able to grow (provided you can
find no bans on this).

Hydroponics has become a popular way to grow plants possesses
it's advantages. I have always loved DIY and still have always kept fish then when I first heard of
aquaponics some time ago I had to produce my own system.
The system will only require the addition of little or no water each week.

At this moment I am going away to do my breakfast, when having my breakfast
coming over again to read further news.

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