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Aquaponics At Home: Growing Fish & Vegetables Book

Aquaponics At Home

Aquaponics At Home: Growing Fish & Vegetables

Aquaponics is the combination of hydroponics, which is growing plants with water instead of soil, and aquaculture or raising fish.When correctly set up, aquaponics can be used to create a system where plants, fish and bacteria live together and benefit from the presence of each other. Many people into the self-sustaining lifestyle use aquaponics, for both the fish and plants as healthy food sources.

Aquaponics At Home is an overview of the process to help beginners decide if this is something they should pursue or not. It can be set up in an apartment, condo, patio, garage or greenhouse. We explore what kinds of fish are good options, as well as what vegetables and other plants make good candidates to grow in this soil-less medium. It is not a detailed blueprint of how to build a system, but does provide general information on various set-ups.

A great read for those wanting more information about aquaponics in general, on a smaller scale, or hobby basis.

Available in paperback book, ebook and audio book formats.  If you live the in U.S. here are the links below.  If you live outside the U.S.,  please go to your nation’s amazon site and type in the title and author in search to get it.  Thank you.

Aquaponics Paperback book
Aquaponics Ebook
Aquaponics Audio Book