Aquaponics: a sustainable food production system

Aquaponics (pronounced: /ˈækwəˈpɒnɨks/) is a sustainable food production system that combines a traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fishcrayfish or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. In the aquaculture, effluents accumulate in the water, increasing toxicity for the fish. This water is led to a hydroponic system where the by-products from the aquaculture are filtered out by the plants as vital nutrients, after which the cleansed water is recirculated back to the animals. The term aquaponics is a portmanteau of the terms aquaculture and hydroponic.

Aquaponic systems vary in size from small indoor or outdoor units to large commercial units, using the same technology. The systems usually contain fresh water, but salt water systems are plausible depending on the type of aquatic animal and which plants.

“Break-Through Organic Gardening Secret Grows You Up To 10 Times The Plants, In Half The Time, With Healthier Plants, While the “Fish” Do All the Work…”

Here’s what you’ll learn with Aquaponics 4 You:

Up to 10 Times More Plants! With aquaponics you place plants closer together on a float system above the water, therefore it fits 10 times more plants in the same space! The roots of the plants are always in nutrient rich water and there’s no over-crowding! Inside the eBook you’ll find out exactly how to place the floats, which material to use, and how to plant your seedlings inside.

Step-by-Step Instructions! Start Yours Today! Inside the eBook you’ll find everything you need to make your own aquaponics system, including diagrams, explanations and instructions, every-thing is step-by-step, anyone can do this.

With the price-less advice inside you’ll avoid some of the few common mistakes, and be on your way to starting your system today!

No More Watering! The aquaponics system uses only 2% of the water normal gardening does… Because the water is constantly re-circulated , and you do not lose any to soil absorption. The roots of your plants are constantly submerged in nutrient rich water and you never have to worry about watering plants again.

If you pay for your water… imagine of how much money this can possible save you.

Multiple Sources of Income When you try the aquaponics system yourself, you’ll have more plants than you’ll know what to do with. If you decide to sell your vegetables …guess what… you also have fish to sell! The aquaponics system produces both plantsand fish(You’ll learn all the details on this inside the e-book)

Grows Plants Twice as Fast Because your plants are getting rich alive nutrients such as algae from the fish, right at the root level , 24 hours a day, 7 days a week… plants thrive like never before. You won’t believe your eyes at how fast plants grow, and how great the fruit tastes! Inside the eBook you’ll learn all the critical pieces to make sure the roots are getting all the right nutrients from the aqua-culture.

Amazing Organic Plants! USDA Organic Certifiable Aquaponically grown producetastes incredible , and it’s organic! Some commercial aquaponic farms have already gotten USDA Organic certifiable.

Uses 60%-70% Less Energy You save money and time with this system. The only energy involved in an aquaponic farm is electric energy to circulate water. Almost all your gardening expenses are minimized or diminished.

No More Weeding or Soil Work! Imagine no more weeding or fussing with soil, no more fertilizer or compost work. All this hard work is removed and automated by the nutrient delivery system. This is worth gold by itself!

No More Back-Straining Planting! Planting normally takes a lot of bending, not with Aquaponics . You’ll find out exactly how to plant your seedlings in the aquaponic floats, and how to make sure the roots get all the nutrients.

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