Aquaponics Farming
Aquaponics farming
is quickly growing in popularity as an alternative way traditional agriculture. It is simple to operate, user friendly and can be executed in large or small scale with ease.

If you are new to aquaponics, it is always a good idea to start out small, learn more about it by getting your hands dirty first, so to speak. And then move on to bigger scales gradually once you have gained the confidence with sufficient knowledge and experience.

With this approach, you do not need a big land nor fertilizers to make it a success. Here, you would have already made a substantial amount on savings. The other obvious benefit on aquaponics farming is that it’s not labour-intensive and does not include the tough physical work associated with conventional farming. This system is definitely an ideal approach to farming for the elderly and less mobile folks.

Aquaponics farming can also be seen as a means to exercise and stress relief. It’s a great pastime and a hobby as well. This is a hobby that can also generate chemical and toxic free food on your dinner plate. Conventional farming normally comes with chemical substance fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides that have been proven to be poisonous to our body. Why expose ourselves to these elements when we can help it?

Aquaponics Returns In Two-Folds

Aquaponics provides you return in two-folds; you grow organic plants as well as fresh and tasty fish at the same time. Do bear in mind you need to establish a right match for the plant and fish species for you set-up. If you life in a country with hotter climates throughout the year, you want to match you plants and fish that grow well in this environment and vice-versa.

I mean your best bet would be to go with species like Tilapia or Koi for the fish and bok choy, kai lan or spinach for the greens. You get what I mean right?

Now with aquaponics systems, the fish excretion is actually converted into nitrate eventually, and that actually feeds the vegetables. The plant roots on the other hand, filter nitrate out from the water.

This substance is actually toxic to the fish in large quantities. The water circulates round the system, continually via a water pump in order for this process to work. The other factor would be the little bit of human interface through regular servicing, monitoring and fine tuning that is required every now and then.

Hassle-Free Farming

This is a simple and mostly hassle-free farming that can be carried out by anyone who is adventurous enough to handle a drilling tool, pipe cutter and sand paper. You don’t need a fertile land, harmful chemicals fertilizers nor as strong as a bull in order to achieve success in aquaponics farming.

Whether your intention is grow chemical free food for you and your family or to venture into a money-making business, this farming technique will by-far help spur you towards your goal. I for one am a strong advocate to aquaponics farming. For I belief this will very soon be the food production vehicle of the very near future.

 

 

 


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