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Sustainability for Agri-Food Production in BC
A sourcing company in the solar collecting industry for effective greenhousing technology-cum-aquariabloc hydroponic technology at sustainable economies of scale.
Features of our system base array are as ff.:
1) Glassed-in enclosures and domed roofing (e. g. X25 enclosures/configured array).
2) Electricity/heating/lighting (LED)/pumps/cooling.
3) Partly sunkened hollow concrete block construction surround configured with haystacking green insulation. E. g. from marine grass dried hays also used for feeds, food from animal livestock products and bioenergy fermentation.
4) Concentric array configuration fanned out from the core's centre.
5) Fitted cubic centred array with satellited solar panelling with cabled connections.
6) WiFi/PC System Controller / GPS (semi-automated operation).
7) Tunnel Interlocked Array.
8) Landscaped gardened at base.
9) Fitted Aquariabloc configured interior.
10) Gated piping regulated control.
We plan to collect, outfit and package our product design and parts & servicing for export for developing country markets in China and the Tropics from Brit. Columbia Canada.
SKYEVIEW: The proposed application or approach to using a contained greenhouse or in configurated networks locally , especially accessible to residential properties and also near enough to urban/peri-urban areas where consumer demand is situated most is as described here termed: "secured distribution by localization of plant crop capacity," and is ideal in larger scale against, as it is termed, selective disruption from natural and man-made disasters like hurricanes, typhoons, brush fires, earth quakes & floods in addition to weatherproofing man-made green structures to a given specification affecting only localized areas at a time. There is also a predicted trend towards further intensification and boosting of production levels to capacity given the economic savings, its growing expected popularity and its relative ease or convenience of application.
SKYEVIEW: Sustainability, the cornerstone of any agricultural-food production system in this day dictates that large arrays of year-round producing greenhousing for fodder and veggie-fruit farming (even aquacultural both fresh and saline) will require dependency in other energy supplies rather than CH4 (g) (natural gas) and may require recycled from C-sink bioalcohol like isobutanol and biokerosene and solar paneled sourced heating and powered energy.
SKYEVIEW: Aquatic bioresources include fodders, potential vegan sourced food proteins (cf. tofu, mushroom culture) and seafoods (salmon, bream and shrimp) produced in greenhousing aquariabloc culture as proposed here. Water hyacinth which grows readily in pools in the outdoors year round for the Fraser Valley and can be harvested multiple times for ensilage for ruminant feeding as well as for direct use in piggery and in dairy operations also applies to duckweed, a new protein feed that shows great potential for poultry, piggery and small and large ruminant feeding and human food from high quality mixed protein of the vegan kind can be grown practically to density in greenhousing with solar/natural gas heating and power.
SKYEVIEW: The current reported plan for crews or teams to set up, apply for funding and train in high education for science & technology are for institutions to take the initiative at BCIT Burnaby BC Canada in terms of program breath, staffing, infrastructural planning and student intake and capacity. There is funding for sustainability both Federal and provincial in technology innovation as well as sourcing science and technology in agri-food in our home country of the Philippines where the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and Department of Agriculture (DA) can be approached for further discussions on the planned ventures and for financing with outside investors towards securing and providing for our land food systems.
The idea of a pilot project is to set up the ff. onsite components of a prac/workshop or training area and modules, instrumentation or analytical room for a laboratory, the engine room for mechanics and environmental control, staffing lunch rooms and shower areas for hygeine, and the production/shop areas (extensive) according to the production capacity and maintenance operations of this facility for aquatic botanical herbage (flora) and also aquatic seafoods (fauna).
(c) D. A. Flores. 2023-2050. SKYE BLUE INTERNET. Port Coquitlam. BC. Canada V3B 1G3.
Last update of this entry: October 06, 2023