The planting of new lettuce seedlings has revitalized the Deep Water Culture (DWC) system at UDS LL. These tender greens are currently prospering in their aquatic habitat and prepared to flourish. The DWC system’s renewal denotes a dedication to sustainable agriculture and ongoing hydroponic farming research. The Living Laboratory is still committed to supporting creative approaches to effective and environmentally sustainable food production.
In a remarkable feat of sustainable farming technology, the UDS Living Laboratory (UDS LL) has proudly announced a successful vegetable harvest, including peppers and tomatoes, from its cutting-edge aquaponics system.
Within the captivating realm of the UDS Living Laboratory, the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management orchestrates a continuous symphony of hands-on evaluations for its enthusiastic L100 students. This dynamic initiative not only provides a stage for experiential learning but also lays the foundation for a transformative journey in the realm of fisheries and aquatic resources.