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Murray Hallam visits India's largest Aquaponic project - Madhavi Farms

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Murray Hallam visits India's largest Aquaponic project - Madhavi Farms

Located in the heart of Bangalore off Bannerghatta road, Madhavi farms is India's largest commercial Aquaponic farm.

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Madhavi Farms: Largest commercial Aquaponic farm in India - Business concept

Madhavi Organic Farms
An Intro to the business concept of India's largest Aquaponic farm located in middle of Bengaluru, Karnataka.

Production Credits: Frank Gapinski and Murray Hallam
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What is the Indy 23 Aquaponics System?

Murray Hallam from the Aquaponics Design Course explaining the Indy 23 aquaponics system. How it was devised to feed a family of four. We run this famous course three times per year! Check out when the next course is running by visiting
This is probably the best Online Aquaponics Course on the Planet. Check out our student testimonials on our Facebook page! If you're interested in starting from a small home system or advance to a commercial farm - this course has it all. Students have gone on to design and build very profitable systems in over 93 Countries! Yes, we've taught aquaponics right around the world.

Biggest Commercial Aquaponics Farms in Oman and India!

We tour the biggest commercial Aquaponic farms in Oman and India with Murray Hallam. Oman needs to import most of it's food. Now with Oman's largest commercial aquaponics farm recently built and commissioned, the food game suddenly changed. Same with Bangalore in India.
These farms are featured in Murray Hallam's Online Aquaponics Design Course.
Check out for details of the next available course.
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Murray Hallam visits Al Arfan Aquaponics in Oman Day 3

The Aquaponic Design Course team covered our Farm as part of their case studies for path breaking Aquaponic projects from around the world. Here are some clips from their visit.



Film Courtesy: Murray Hallam and Frank Gapinski

Al Arfan Aquaponics launches Oman's largest Aquaponic project

Al Arfan Aquaponic Farm, Oman's largest commercial venture covered on a media segment by Media One and aired during the Mid East Hour

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Murray Hallam visits Al Arfan Aquaponics in Oman Day 2

The Aquaponic Design Course team covered our Farm as part of their case studies for path breaking Aquaponic projects from around the world. Here are some clips from their visit.

Film Courtesy: Murray Hallam and Frank Gapinski

Murray Hallam visits Al Arfan Aquaponics in Oman Day 1

The Aquaponic Design Course team covered our Farm as part of their case studies for path breaking Aquaponic projects from around the world. Here are some clips from their visit.

Film Courtesy: Murray Hallam and Frank Gapinski

Murray Hallam at TCLynx Aquaponics Farm - Florida

Murray visits at Aleece's farm to shoot for the upcoming Aquaponics Across America video. This video will show how Aquaponics is developing in America and provide many useful insights for you to be involved at your place.

September Walkaround Tour at Practical Aquaponics

Walk around the greenhouses at Practical Aquaponics
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Largest aquaponics farm in Tamilnadu

We, PVR Koi Centre, established our business in the year of 2011 as a distinguished Breeder, Exporter and Service Provider of Koi Fish. We are happy now to inform everyone that we integrated agriculture with our Koi fish through Aquaponics system.

What is aquaponics?
A system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by farmed fish or other aquatic creatures supplies the nutrients for plants grown hydroponically, which in turn purify the water.

Aquaponics cultivation eliminates the cost and time involved with mixing traditional hydroponic nutrients. The project has the following benefits:

 Aquaponics cultivation uses 90% less water than the traditional farming.
 Better than organic, because we can’t use chemical pesticides of any kind or our fish would die.
 No weeding, No chemical fertigation and No ploughing
 Plants grow twice as fast. Due to the naturally fortified water from the fish
 Aquaponics produces two streams of income, fish and veggies, rather than just one.
 Aquaponics farm does not require farmland with fertile soil, or even land with soil
 Aquaponics product cost is higher than the organic products.

Goals:
Our mission is to provide nourishing food to promote healthy lifestyles, strengthening the economy of farmers and to educate consumers of the importance of Aquaponics vegetables.

our sincere thanks to Dr. Palaniselvam , Singapore (Who motivated this project)
and all our staffs.....

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Al Arfan Aquaponics Oman's Largest Aquaponic Farm

Documentary cover on Al Arfan Aquaponic Farm by Murray Hallam and Frank Gapinski.

The is one of top 3 farms in the Middle East and Largest venture of its kind in Oman.
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Aquaponics at the GrowHaus in Denver. Murray Hallam shoots his new DVD

Murray Hallam visits the GrowHaus in Denver Colorado. Food for those who are located in a food desert' . A really wonderful project. This is one of the sites filmed for the upcoming Murray Hallam's Aquaponics Across America.

Webinar Aquaponics Design Course. 28-06-27

We talked about many aspects of material covered in our Aquaponics Design Course.

Aquaponics Webinar with Murray Hallam

July 2, 2019 Webinar with Murray Hallam explaining what's inside the Aquaponics Design Course.
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Murray Hallam at Ouroboros Farm for Aquaponics Across America

Murray Hallam films at Ouroboros Farm in redwood country California.

Nanniode Aquaponics: India's Largest Commercial Aquaponics

Seeing the Light as on April 2016

'Aquaponics' is a simple and innovative food production system combining aquaculture and hydroponic growing techniques. There are currently a variety of different techniques being used in the aquaponics production of fresh fish and organic vegetables of which we have adapted the iAVs sand media culture technology invented and developed by Dr. Mark R. McMurtry.

Top Ten reasons why we chose iAVs sand bed technique at Nanniode Aquaponics.. Here are some of the basic distinctions over other aquaponics growing techniques.

1) iAVs is less capital intensive to implement - lower equipment costs, development costs, with reduced educational/know-how requirements.
2) iAVs has reduced technical (systematic) complexity resulting in fewer critical failure nodes and therefore inherently reduced risks.
3) iAVs has reduced operating costs relative to output, including lower energy demands and reductions - to potential elimination - of other finite resource inputs.
4) iAVs requires fewer (to potentially none) externally sourced inputs, both physical and non-physical (e.g. informational) requirements.
5) iAVs can be adapted/adopted in the LDC context globally, as well as at small to medium scale on urban lots and rooftops of mega-cities everywhere.
6) iAVs provides for over 2500 times more molecular oxygen to both aerobic microbes (which are what 'drives' ecosystems aka sustains life) and plant nutrient assimilation.
7) iAVs reduces resource consumption (i.e. water, energy, non-organics, plastics, ...) and generates zero wastes (when all outputs are managed responsibly).
8) iAVs affords growing of a wider range of plant species, of higher nutritional value, and at greater yields within a given location/environment, as well as practicality in more places (people).
9) iAVs generates less pollution, notably from reduction if not elimination of toxins resulting from styrene manufacturing, transport, usage and disposal.
10) iAVs offers increased margins, faster return on investment, greater overall efficacy with less effort, reduced risks, and less technical acumen/prowess required by would-be adopters.

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Commercial Aquaponics in India project #5 updates

Anjali Aquaponics Unit
Gunded village, Mahaboobnagar, Telangana
Updates @ 4-1/2 months old

The Biggest Aquaponics Farm in India

This One Acre Aquaponics farm in India is only a few months old and already they can't keep up with the demand for their produce.

Growing fruit trees in Aquaponics. Is it possible?

Growing fruit trees in Aquaponics or other alternative methods. How and why.

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