Broken Roto-Grow Gets A New Perspective
This Roto–grow was missing its motor and the glass tube that shields the lights from water, as a result, we’re giving it a new perspective… literally… by turning it on its side and suspending eight
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The Jasper Place High School’s Knowledge and Employability program sets up for another season of gardening. This year, they’re setting up a little supplemental lighting next to their West facing window. They’ll be growing heirloom tomato varieties, herbs, and annual flowers.
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Two of the four new aquaponics units at Jasper Place High School in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Original aquaponics system can be seen in the background. When complete the addition should allow us to grow all of the lettuce greens for the school’s Culinary Arts program and Cafeteria.