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Zero-waste, high-output microgreen processing laboratory. This Yellow Book Tech project utilizes controlled environment agriculture techniques to produce organic sustainable microgreens in Vero Beach, Florida. The products seen here are sold to various high-end restaurants and resorts in the local area. 
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The Vero Future Farm utilizes 12 ft. diameter tanks combined with RAS technology in this 10,000 gallon Tilapia breeding system.  Yellow Book Tech designed and constructed this system which implements zero-waste recirculating aquaculture fundamentals to supply nutrients to aquaponic plant production. 

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Williby’s catfish located in the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana rely on the expert equipment, service, and support of Yellow Book Tech.  Alvin Williby Sr. and his son Alvin Jr. started Williby’s catfish to bring the community together through locally produced food. Weekly, Williby’s Catfish sells 500-700lbs of catfish LIVE, right out of the culture tank, and the best part is picking out your fish! They then fillet the fish right in front of your eyes. 

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Red Amaranth and Mizuna ready for harvest. Yellow Book Tech designed this zero-waste  microgreen production laboratory to  experiment with different crop cultivars and organic nutrient sources to produce the best tasting varieties for local markets.

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Juvenile hybrid striped bass raised in freshwater RAS provide nutrients for deep-water culture Bibb lettuce production. This system was built  based on practical designs outlined in Chapter 19 of the The Yellow Book co authored by Michael B. Timmons PhD.

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Broodstock Super YY male Tilapia, now owned by Professor T's, are moved from Tilltech to Vero Future Farm 2020. Fish hauling and transfer requires special attention to minimize stressors and mitigate losses to broodstock. This technology is outlined in Chapter 15 of the The Yellow Book co authored by Michael B. Timmons PhD.