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A Preliminary Study of Microbial Water Quality Related to Food Safety in Recirculating Aquaponic Fish and Vegetable Production Systems

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Title:A Preliminary Study of Microbial Water Quality Related to Food Safety in Recirculating Aquaponic Fish and Vegetable Production Systems
Authors:Fox, Bradley K
Tamaru, Clyde S
Hollyer, James
Castro, Luisa F
Fonseca, Jorge M
show 2 moreJay-Russell, Michelle
Low, Todd
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Keywords:aquaponics
manure
RAS
salmonella
E. coli
show 1 moreescherichia coli
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Date Issued:Oct 2012
Publisher:University of Hawaii
Citation:Fox BK, Tamaru CS, Hollyer J, Castro LF, Fonseca JM, Jay-Russell M, Low T. 2012. A Preliminary Study of Microbial Water Quality Related to Food Safety in Recirculating Aquaponic Fish and Vegetable Production Systems. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 11 p. (Food Safety and Technology Series; FST-51).
Series:Food Safety and Technology-51
Abstract:This study examines microbial water quality in recirculating aquaponic systems. The pathogens studied were E. coli and Salmonella, and the levels were compared with existing food safety standards.
Pages/Duration:11 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40968
Appears in Collections: Food Safety and Technology, 2001 - present


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