Aquaponic Gardening

Sylvia Bernstein

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Aquaponics is a revolutionary system combining plants and fish using the best of aquaculture and hydroponics. Organic vegetables, greens, herbs and fruits can be grown with fertilizer from fish production waste water in a sustainable closed system -- with the added benefit of fresh fish to eat. Aquaponic Gardening is a do-it-yourself manual for building a system tailored to the home environment. The book, full of personal experiences, tackles understanding and designing systems, the living elements -- fish, plants, bacteria and worms -- and tips for starting and maintaining a healthy system. Take the next step toward self-sufficiency with aquaponic gardening, raising vegetables and fish together.

Copyright 2011, softcover, 256 pages.

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