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How to Build Your Own Aquaponic System and Successfully Grow Aquaponic Plants
Autor: Celine Walker
Sprecher: C.J. McAllister
Spieldauer: 2 Std. und 36 Min.

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This audiobook contains everything you need to know about growing your own fish and food simultaneously. Aquaculture is a great way to get organic foods year round and save yourself a ton of money!

Even if you just want to start small, this audiobook has all you need to know about the process that makes aquaponics so ingenious. You do not have to be a commercial farmer to make this method work for you. Many families have small systems in their basements or even a little tank on the window sill. Not only that, this is a great experiment to teach your kids the nitrogen cycle and how plants and fish need certain things to grow.

The truth is aquaponics isn't new or revolutionary, it just makes use of nature's own methods to grow! You probably have your own reasons why you're looking at aquaponics, but it is something you really need to be familiar with before making the commitment. Do you want your own sustainable, organic, home-grown produce? Do you want to know where your food comes from and that it's the best quality? Why waste money on a hydroponic system when you can go the whole way, skip the chemicals, and have home-raised fish that are healthier and tastier than store bought.

Aquaponics is something that many commercial farmers have known about for years, and some societies have used it for far longer. Tap into their knowledge with this introduction to setting up your system. We'll tell you what the right ppm measurements in your tank are, what crops grow best, tips to stop you making common mistakes and how to make use of that dark space underneath to grow extra things. Listen to this aquaponics bundle now!

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