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Ahmed Xein Aug 5
Lovely but without killing the 🐠
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ʎqsoɹƆ ˙ſ uᴉʌǝʞ Aug 5
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Mutlu Karavelioglu Aug 5
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Lopez Carlito Aug 5
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Good luck with it but >> Nothing beats the taste of growing in soil !!! eat from time 2 time brussels lof aquaculture then eat the old way of growing in soil...
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Afifudden Aug 5
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The way of the future! With population reaching 8B, we need to find sustainable way to increase our food production.
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matheus santiago Aug 5
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Clean Cooking Aug 5
When can this 'n lay her hands on the system? & for how much? Is it suitable for growing maize and beans? .
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Seth Brink Aug 5
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This is pretty cool. I would be interested in knowing if there is a taste difference.
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Denny Arcas Aug 5
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Cool! Would love to see how to setup in backyard environment; ideas or design ideas.
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Lima /mdasad90 Aug 5
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Santa Aug 5
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More and more innovative ways to get food will certainly prevent starvation on the planet - much sooner than later in necessary.
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BayanzulB Aug 5
Rainy year harvest watery
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Nazike Atar Aug 5
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Biz daha damlama sulamaya geçememişiz isref diz boyu yenilenmeliyiz
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