Focus on Sustainability: B.C. Aquaponic Micro-Cultivator is First to Use Coho Salmon to Grow Weed

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NEWS Focus on sustainability: B.C. aquaponic micro-cultivator is first to use coho salmon to grow weed The company system recycles 99 per cent of its water and 100 per cent of its waste. By Emma Spears Coho is smaller than the better-known Chinook salmon. / Photo: Supercaliphotolistic / iStock / Getty Images Plus Supercaliphotolistic / iStock / Getty Images Plus Coho salmon tanks Photo provided Pictured above, a Coho Salmon Poke Bowl. B.C.-based Habitat Craft Cannabis Ltd. is touting itself as the very first aquaponic cannabis cultivator to use coho salmon as is fish of choice. Photo provided Company founders, from left, Laine Keyes and Rudi Schiebel. Photo provided

Using fish as a component in aquaponic cannabis cultivation is nothing new, as we’ve seen from producers such as Ontario’s Green Relief.

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