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Grow Beds in Home Aquaponics System

Guest Post by Murray Hillam from Practical Aquaponics Grow Beds in Home Aquaponics System The GROW BED is the multi function centre of the Home Aquaponics System. The Grow Bed performs several very important tasks, and if we were to … Continue reading

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Aquaponics Tilapia Breeding

Aquaponics Tilapia Breeding Guest Post by Sylvia Bernstein from The Aquaponic Source, on March 14th, 2011 Kellen and Sarah Wessenbach are the owners of White Brook Tilapia Farm, who supply the tilapia fingerlings we sell at The Aquaponic Source. They … Continue reading

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Starting your Aquaponics System Using Fishless Cycling

Guest Post by Sylvia Bernstein from The Aquaponic Source Starting up your aquaponics system (cycling) is a straightforward process if you know what to look for and have a procedure to follow. In a nutshell, you add ammonia to your … Continue reading

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What do I need to get started in Aquaponics ?

Written by Murray Hallam of Practical Aquaponics What do I need to get started in Aquaponics ?. It is a bit difficult to know where to start when tackling your first Aquaponics project, but here is a list that might … Continue reading

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How to get started in Aquaponics – Rules-of-Thumb.

How to get started in Aquaponics – Rules-of-Thumb. Posted on November 19, 2010 by Murray It is often pointed out that it would be a good idea to have some basic rules-of-thumb for Aquaponics gardening. Why? Because they will help … Continue reading

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What is Aquaponics ?

Aquaponics: What is it ? Aquaponics is the creation of a complete cycle of symbiotic relationships where the fish help plants and the plants help fish. It uses no chemicals, requires one tenth of the water needed for field plant … Continue reading

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