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this cannabis plants will help human but first it's helping some fish this is a closed loop farm system with the plants grow in water and feel to it for the fish which in turn produced waste to fertilize the plants green relief say that combination of aquaculture and hydroponics cold I quit politics is highly sustainable throwing this way is a really sustainable option for us because it allows us to use ninety percent less water than conventional agriculture and it allows us to grow our product that the use of additional fertilizers %HESITATION which is going to be really really important moving forward what we need to be conscious of our resource consumption , six thousand tilapia fish a grown in sixteen tanks a waste is filtered to provide nutrients like prosperous nitrogen and potassium sustaining the pesticide free process common misconception is that our fish are gonna get high from our plants that's not true they don't absorb any of that and that our cannabis is going to taste like fish again also not true no harvestable part of the plan sits in the water it's just the routes that are taking up water %HESITATION so neither the the fish don't get high and our can't-miss doesn't get fishing , and if the phones green credentials weren't enough every five weeks three hundred fish at the native to a homeless shelters kitchen it's really a beautiful thing it's a wonderful relationship green relief %HESITATION is a supportive in in every facet every capacity they they they care what they do they could be selling the surplus at tilapia holes so instead they donated sustainable farming generating medicine food and supplies , thank you