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Hi everyone. Welcome to episode 154 of SAMA, a program which invites an expert each week to discuss a topic from their area of expertise. This week we are delighted to have Dr. Bill McGraw to teach us how we can grow our own healthy food, using the principles of Aquaponics.
Episode 154: Aquaponics: Grow Your Own Healthy Food
Date: Sunday, December 27th Nanjing, China, (UTC+8)
SAMA Expert: Dr. Bill McGraw

Dr. Bill McGraw is originally from Pennsylvania. He earned two degrees from his home state as well as a PhD from Alabama and he then went on to complete a post doctorate fellowship at HBOI in Florida.

Dr Bill lived and worked in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and now Panama where has been a resident for ten years. He has been healing people from chronic condition by assisting in heavy metal removal and using Spooky2 Rife technology for the past six years and is currently studying for a degree in naturopathic medicine.

Bill work in agriculture complements his work as a healer as he firmly believes “let food be thy medicine”. Dr Bill is currently the owner/operator of the organic aquaculture company “Panama Fresh Organic”. He grows large, fresh shrimp and tilapia sold directly to his customers in Boquete, Panama. Bill also teaches a Basics of Aquaculture class on the internet and also writes for thefishsite.com

During this interview, Dr. Bill McGraw shared:

  • What is Aquaponics
  • How Aquaponics Works
  • Advantages of Aquaponics
  • Components of Aquaponics
  • Aquaponics Design Variations
  • What fish and plants you can grow
  • Design and Operation Considerations

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