This is an outdoor, tilapia based aquaponics system growing in a tropical Costa Rica climate. It’s located in Northwest Guanacaste where there are 6 months of dry season and 6 months of wet season.
We’re currently growing mint, turmeric, Okinawa spinach, Sissoo spinach, hot peppers, mini sweet peppers, Malabar spinach, papaya, cranberry hibiscus, garlic chives and celery.
Although few Westerners have ever heard of it, moringa is potentially one of the planet’s most valuable plants, at least in humanitarian terms. This plant is a significant source of vitamins and protein. In the same breath, its perennial, drought resistant and can flourish in horrible soil. Moringa provides a good balance of all the essential amino acids. That alone is unusual in a plant food, but these pods also possess one of the highest vitamin C levels of any tropical vegetable, not to mention goodly quantities of vitamins A and B.Read More
Turns fire into electricity! CampStove 2 generates 3 watts of usable electricity and stores it in it’s internal powerbank for USB charging of LED lights, mobile phones, and other devices. Internal jets have 4 fan speed settings to circulate air for improved combustion and efficiency to boil 1 liter of water in 4.5 minutesRead More