We are currently running an experiment on specific nutrient uptake of lettuce grown in hydroponic, and both one and two loop aquaponic nutrient solutions. To guarantee that all relevant data is available after the experiment, proper data logging is an often underestimated factor. The excel logging file can be used and adapted by everyone for personal usage. You […]
About Simon Goddek
Simon is a PhD student in Aquaponics at the University of Iceland. Within the framework of his research he deals with system dynamics and mass balances, and examines the impact of remineralisation on the systems’ nutrient contents.
Entries by Simon Goddek
Simon Goddek‘s and Boris Delaide‘s publication in the peer review journal ‘Sustainability’ summarizes the challenges of “aquaponics”, that is combining fish production (aquaculture) and out-of-ground crop production (hydroponics), in particular nutrient recycling advantages and knowledge gaps concerning nutrient forms and flows. Hydroponic systems allow precision controlled dosage of both water and nutrients (macronutrients, in particular […]
All four Developonics members attended the Aquaponic Hub‘s 3rd Management Committee meeting in Gran Canaria that was held from 22nd to 24th of April 2015. The meeting can be considered very productive; especially as several agreements have been made to press ahead with respect to jointly publishing papers in the field of aquaponics. All of […]