Aquaponics is the revolutionary science where plants are grown in water instead of soil. This water also cultures fish. The wastes produced by the farmed fish or other aquatic creatures supplies the nutrients for the plants, and in turn purifies the water.
Aquaponics, when set up correctly, can, be self-sustaining and, be a healthy source for both fish and plants.
Aquaponics at Home is a beginner's guide to this hobby or business, whichever way you want to look at it. You are given the fundamentals to this wonderful and exciting way to garden.
The author covers all the basics of aquaponics gardening. The components you need, and some ways to set up your own healthy aquaponic system that provides safe, fresh, and delicious food all year round.
©2013 Valerie Garner (P)2014 Valerie Garner
This book is a good overview of the types and setups of different aquaponic systems. I did however feel that it is lacking in that it did not present any new information or tips more than what is gleaned from a shallow knowledge of what aquaponics is. I am a hobby grower and only made two notes, on the information provided, that I had not already retained from my limited sources.
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