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Grow your own garden using an aquaponics design. You can have fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs every day in your own backyard! Learn today how to build your own self-sustainable aquaponics garden.

This is a great place to start if you are interested in learning more about self-sustaining aquaponics farming. This book will guide you on how to build your own aquaponics garden in your backyard. This book will take you step-by-step, explaining everything you need to know, including system designs, how to select the best fish, and how to maintain your garden.

Anyone will be able to follow this easy guide. This is also a great guide for high school students to start a miniature aquaponics garden. Whether you are getting into aquaponics as a hobby or are looking to build a profitable, self-sustaining garden, this book is for you.

Aquaponics: Aquaponic Gardening at Home is designed for the beginner and guides you step by step. The topics in this book are:

  • A Brief History of Aquaponics
  • Benefits of Aquaponics Systems
  • Parts of the System
  • Designing the Unit
  • Plant Selection
  • Fish Selection
  • Putting it All Together
  • The Cycling Process
  • Maintaining Your System
  • Temperature, Light & Space

©2016 Lisa Welch (P)2016 Lisa Welch

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The book is narrated by a man who cannot pronounce the main subject of the book, alternating between "acu-ponics" and "aqua-phonics". It opens with a legal disclaimer that the information may not be accurate, and it doesn't disappoint. (For example, was hoping to perhaps learn how to test K levels and other needed supplements, but the book would have you believe the fish will provide all the nutrients plant will need.) Aside from accuracy issues, the writing is over-generalized,redundant and clumsy. Even for a dollar, this was a waste of money.

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