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On-farm Food Safety: Aquaponics

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Title: On-farm Food Safety: Aquaponics
Authors: Hollyer, Jim
Tamaru, Clyde
Riggs, Allen
Klinger-Bowen, RuthEllen
Howerton, Robert
show 6 moreOkimoto, Darren
Castro, Luisa
Ron, Tetsuzan 'Benny'
Fox, B.K. 'Kai'
Troegner, Vanessa
Martinez, Glenn

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Keywords: on-farm food safety
Issue Date: Jul 2009
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Hollyer J, Tamaru C, Riggs A, Klinger-Bowen R, Howerton R, Okimoto D, Castro L, Ron T, Fox BK, Troegner V, Martinez G. 2009. On-farm food safety: aquaponics. 7 p. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. (Food Safety and Technology; FST-38).
Series/Report no.: Food Safety and Technology
Abstract: Aquaponics provides food-safety challenges because it combines use of fish waste water with prouction of edible vegetables. The publication gives guidelines for safe produce harvesting, safe fish handling, zoonoses prevention, human sanitation, and proper disposal of system waste water.
Pages/Duration: 7 pages
Appears in Collections:Food Safety and Technology, 2001 - present

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