Tag Archives: Fresh water

The Balloon Boat (video)

Build a fun balloon-powered boat for your pond or pool.

“Kennie’s in the Kitchen”

“Kennie’s in the Kitchen” Almond meal crust Quiche  (VIDEO) Kennie D. makes a delicious almond meal crust quiche.

The Submersible Dome (Video) by Kennie DeLoatch

The Submersible Dome is a fun and exciting way to introduce live insects to your aquaponic system without them escaping into your living environment. In this video, using recycled materials I will show you how to make a Live Insect Fish Feeder for your fish tank or aquarium. The Submersible Dome VIDEO

Urban Survival Machines

A Pagan Chant: “Earth My Body, Water My Blood, Air My Breath, and Fire My Spirit”  Imagine there will come a time when you experience a sense of harmony with these elements every day of your life. Harmony with the earth, the water, the air and the fire that burns within. Imagine in this state, […]

Aphid Infestation Management (Video) by Kennie D.

Plant health is a major concern for any plant lover.  Growing and maintaining a healthy plant is a gardeners number one objective. There are  many pests that will oppose your efforts to reach this objective . But there is one pest that you will find is a unyielding adversary, “The Aphid”.  You can not eradicate […]

Under the Microscope: Aphids & How to Get Rid of Them Organically

An organic way to get rid of aphids

Aquaponic Harvest

Aquaponic Growing Systems Updated

Aquaponic Growing Systems Updated

Nematode: Under the microscope

Nematode: Under the microscope video I am still tweeking my digital microscopic photography technology. However here is a video of the Nematode. One teaspoon of good garden soil has about 20 bacteria-eating nematodes, 20 fungal feeders, a few predatory and plant eating nematodes for a total of 40 to 50 nematodes per teaspoon in all. Happy […]

Under the Microscope: Rotifers

A look at Rotifers. It was by studying the Rotifer that scientists were able to determine the environmental impact of the 2010 BP oil spill. The rotifers are commonly called wheel animals. They are a phylum of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals.  Animals, because they have organs (cilea for mobility, a mouth with jaws, a stomach, […]