Aquaponic farms for schools


An employee showing the ‘Petola’ loofah planted via the aquaponic way.

AFTER four years of research, an aquaponic farm in Bukit Minyak Industrial Area, Penang, is finally up and running.

In this system, which is a marriage of aquaculture and hydroponics (soil-less growing of plants), freshwater fish are reared in tanks.

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