養耕在非洲

施予以魚,一日飽足
善教釣魚,釣光為止
導養魚,永生常樂 

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.

Teach a man to fish and you feed him till stocks run out.

Teach a man to grow fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Ken Konschel has for the past 20 years been active in the Aquaponics industry. He has traveled extensively in the USA visiting aquaponics and aquaculture projects, universities and hydroponic farms gathering new information and the latest techniques. In 2003 he won a gold medal from the Institute of Inventors for his efforts in designing an Aquaponics system.
Ken Konschel
Ken Konschel過去廿年活躍於美國養耕共生界,到美國各地收集養耕共生與水產養殖的各種資訊,並於2003年以他所設計的養耕共生系統得奬
As Managing Director of Aquaponics Africa he has set up pilot schemes in Zimbabwe and presently in Empangeni, South Africa. These have been a remarkable success and the system is constantly being fine tuned for greater efficiency.
身為非洲養耕共生協會的主席,他在辛巴威,恩潘蓋尼及南非規劃了非洲養耕共生的藍圖,這是系統的卓越成功,並持續追求更高效率
Aquaponics Africa operates from a 25 hectare farm site in Northern Natal where all aspects of the system are tested. The unit that is in operation there also serves as a demonstration model and a training site.
非洲養耕共生協會在北納塔爾有一個25公頃的農場,系統的各個方面都測試完成,本身是營業單位也是示範農場和訓練中心。
The concept which has been successful in the United States of America and Asia is well suited to the African enviroment. The warm weather reduces heating costs (solar energy can also be used) and there is a significant water saving as it as a recirculating system and only requires topping up from time to time. Fresh vegetables and protein in the form of fish are easily produced on a regular basis.
在美洲和亞洲,養耕共生的概念更適合非洲。溫暖天氣根本解決了保溫的費用(甚至太陽能都可以發電),因為水循環系統,只需要小心運作又有節水的特性。就可以定期生產新鮮蔬菜和魚。
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