Aquaponics is

cooperation between plants and fish

Aq·ua·pon·ics /akwəˈpäniks/

Noun: aquaponics a system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by farmed fish or other aquatic animals supplies nutrients for plants grown hydroponically, which in turn purify the water.

The food of the future

What is the Benefit

Aquaponics is a food production system in which fish are raised in tanks of water where plants are also grown, so that the waste from the fish provides food for the plants.

How you can Help

One of the coolest things about Aquaponics is that it mimics a natural ecosystem. Aquaponics represents the relationship between water, aquatic life, bacteria, nutrient dynamics, and plants which grow together in waterways all over the world.

Sustainability is Key

Aquaponics uses the best of all the growing techniques, utilizing the waste of one element to benefit another mimicking a natural ecosystem.  It’s a game changer. Sign up for our newsletter and be a part of the new wave of food production.

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