Yep you read it right, this gardening technique uses fish poo to fertilize your garden and grow your food 4 times faster than conventional methods. Not only that, this new method of gardening doesn’t use any soil what-so-ever which mean NO WEEDS! Wohoo!
"I’ve just built my own aquaponics system. It was simple and it looks and works just like the ones that cost thousands more."
Fish waste is recycled into nitrates which feeds the plants and the plants clean the water for the fish. When the plants are well watered and well fed using this method, they will often grow twice as fast as those grown in soil. And because we’re not using soil, the roots don’t need to dig very deep to find water and plants can be grown close together using much less space.
Formal scientific interest in the combining of aquaculture and hydroponics started in the mid-1970s with numerous research papers being published. Since then aquaponics systems and techniques have been streamlined and perfected to the point that anyone can use aquaponics at home to grow their own vegetables, fruits and fish just by following our easy, do-it-yourself aquaponics method.
100% Hands Off – This is truly a set and forget system. Once you’ve set it up you can sit sit back while the fish provide nutrients and the plants keep the water clean.
Virtually maintenance free – The system is extremely simple to maintain making it perfect for the modern lifestyle.
No More Weeding – Grow beds are placed up high off the ground where weeds can’t spread and because of the nature of the media in the grow beds there’s very little to allow new weeds to sprout.
No More Dirt – This means there is nothing to till, plow, hoe or rake. Happy days!
No More Manure – Because this system works without the use of soil there is no need to add fertilizer because the fish do it automatically.
No Soil-borne Pests or Diseases – The need for dangerous pesticides and chemicals is eliminated again because there is no soil and the grow beds are off the ground.
Simple and Fun – Aquaponics is a simple process once you’ve gotten to know the basics and it’s a lot of fun to watch your fish and plants grow, especially when you can see daily growth. Many classrooms use aquaponics as a great way to learn about ecosystems.
If you follow my "cut & paste" method, building your own aquaponics garden couldn’t be easier. All it takes is some simple tools and most of the materials can be purchased from your local hardware store. I even have a parts list that you can print out and take with you so that you don’t forget anything. I have designed my DIY Aquaponics system in a simple step-by-step format so everybody can have a go!
Maintenance is also easy. All you have to do is keep your tank filled with water, feed the fish and plant your seedlings when your plants are ready to be recycled. Once you have your ecosystem established, 95% of the work is automated. So when I say anybody can do this, I truly mean it!
I’m extremely passionate about this system and I believe its the way of the future. Thousands of others from all parts are already using their Aquaponics system to grow delicious vegetables and I want you to do the same. That’s why I’m now including for free my step-by-step video series that will show you how to build your system. Like a fly on the wall you will be looking over my shoulder as I show you how to build a complete working system from scratch.
You will get complete walk through instructions as I build a working Aquaponics system all on camera. I don’t leave out ANY details making this the easiest to follow guide you will ever find. The full video series is now included as a free bonus for a limited time. NOTE: I will soon be selling the video guide as an optional add on for $137, but if you order now you get it free!
"Just WOW! The video is perfect and explains every precise detail in lay-mans terms. Very helpful and very happy I got it for free "
Full parts and tools list! To make this as simple as possible to set up, I’ve included a complete parts and tools list. Just print it out and go to your local hardware store to get the necessary parts. You will be able to complete your Aquaponics system for much less than $200.
Step-by-Step Instructions! The guide and video series is in easy to follow, step-by-step format so even those with zero building or gardening experience… Read more…