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Aquaponics

Growing healthy vegetables in Water, without soil. Nutrients come from living fish.

A combination of fish and plant production using aquaculture and hydroponics systems, aquaponics is moving from the realm of experimental to commercial. Learn more about this production system and if it might be right for your backyard garden or farming operation. Just imagine, growing your own organic, non gmo, healthy vegetables and fish.

Below is a basic diagram of a self contained Aquaponics system

Aquaponic-Basil-Tower

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  1. It s vital that you take good care of your fish as they are the lifeline of your aquaponics system, and these useful fish care products and top-rated fish food will ensure that you have healthy fish.

  2. The nitrates are relatively harmless to the fish and most importantly, they make terrific plant food. At the same time, the worms convert the solid waste and decaying plant matter in your aquaponic system into vermicompost.

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