I've been developing an aquaponics product for the home in partnership with a factory here in China. So if you ever wanted to get into aquaponics and not ready to make the jump to a big DIY system. This might be the introduction that you need.
Aquaponics is a system where the fish waste feeds the plants and the plants clean the water for the fish. So if you are looking for an alternative to Hydroponics, without needing to purchase nutrient solution every month, this might be what you are looking for.
This is a new aquaponics product, designed to introduce people to aquaponics. Development is almost finished and I've testing it for the last few weeks. The product is produced here in China and can ship worldwide.
Contact me if you are interested in this product.
1. Environmental Conditions
First consider your your environment, is it hot, cold or tropical? Choose a fish that suits your environmental conditions.
2. Feed Sources
What food to you have access to feed your fish? Will you grow duckweed? Will you breed black soldier fly larvae?
Are you wanting fish to eat or just for producing waste to feed your plants?
How big will your fish tank be and how many fish will you stock? Is it a small desktop system, that is great for a siamese fighting fish(betta) or a big system, that would be great for delecious murray cod.
5. Is it legal?
The fish you want, could be classified as an invasive species. So remember to check with the local fishery department.
Use the infographic below to help you choose the best fish for your aquaponic system.
There are many different type of aquaponics systems. These include media based, NFT(nutrient flow techinque) and DWC (deep water culture). Use this infographic to help choose the right system for you.
Follow these simple to follow instructions to build your very own IBC Tote aquqponics. This is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get started on the journey to healthy, organic food for your family.
Aqua Garden the easy way to learn aquaponics.