Introducing Aquaponics, the revolutionary system for growing plants and an organic garden
Wikipedia defines aquaponics as a food production system that combines aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as fish, crayfish, snails or shrimp in tanks) with hydroponics (growing plants in the water). water) by which nutrient-rich aquaculture water is fed to plants grown in hydroponics, involving nitrifying bacteria for the conversion of ammonia to nitrates.
The aquaponics market is expected to grow by $ 360.08 million between 2021 and 2025, according to Technavio. It’s a revolutionary and innovative organic gardening secret that triples plant growth 100% to 50% faster, with the ability to grow plants TEN times in the same space. It is a system that is set up like clockwork, providing plants with rich natural nutrients 24/7, all year round.
Aquaponics has been a mainstay for a certain family in Hawaii who discovered and implemented this technique. According to John Fay, creator of Aquaponics 4 You ™ “On a recent visit to Hawaii, I discovered a family already using this method, and it has transformed their gardening and their lives. Using this method, they grow over 4,000 pounds of organic vegetables per month … with only about 3,000 square feet of space. It’s about the size of a good sized yard! They produce so much food that they can feed their families the food they grow AND have recently obtained USDA organic certification and have started selling their produce in local markets.
The benefits of this amazing breeding system can be summarized as follows:
- There is no more weeding.
- 70% less energy than conventional gardening!
- It makes most plants grow twice as fast.
- No more soil pests.
- The need for pesticides is eliminated.
- No more fertilization or cultivation of the soil.
Simplified for the layman, Aquaponics uses the principle of balance in nature. Just as humans have a symbiotic relationship with plants during respiration, so plants interact with fish raised in aquaculture. Fish produce ammonia, algae, minerals, and all kinds of other byproducts that must be constantly filtered, which plants feed on conveniently.
“It’s a win / win / win situation for everyone: first, the plants get rich in living nutrients 24 hours a day. Second, the fish are happy because their water is filtered by nature every day. Third, the farmer gets healthier plants (a lot more) and a LOT of benefits ”. This way your plants live in a balanced natural relationship with the algae / fish, which makes them faster and healthier, ”explained John Fay.
John Fey teaches interested participants how to build a small aquaponics system. It’s a comprehensive and holistic approach to aquaponics, filled with step-by-step guides, diagrams, explanations and instructions. Plus, participants also get amazing bonuses (total value of $ 300!) Other invaluable health and farming publications from John Fey.