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Comparing Field Crop Farming vs Closed Loop Bioponics

Efficiencies of bioponic approach vs. conventional farming WATER Conventional: Water used on soil lost to water table. Only small amount is absorbed by roots. Excessive use of water increases reliance on municipal water causing higher sodium and chloride salt buildup, impedes plant growth. Bioponics: Uses 90% less water than conventional irrigation. Water used is recaptured … Continue reading

What is Aquaponics?

Aquaponics Farm in a Box Aquaponics is a method of gardening that utilizes relationships that exist naturally between fish and plants. Functionally it is the merging of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soil less gardening). Yet energetically the efficiencies created to producing organic vegetables and organic fish are remarkable: No fertilizers or organic compost required … Continue reading

Farm in a Box™ Aquaponic FAQs – Maintenance and Use

What are some reasons why my water may be murky? The rocks may not have been  properly cleaned. Feeding fish too much may cause murky water. You’ll know if you fed too much if they don’t eat everything you’ve fed them within half an  hour. Too much light exposure on water causes algae to build … Continue reading

Farm in a Box™ Aquaponic FAQs – Fish Info

What’s the poop on fish selection for the Farm in a Box™ with glass tanks? For aesthetics, goldfish and tropical aquarium are popular in small systems. One may argue against goldfish and tropicals as they are not indigenous to our water systems and if by chance they end up in a lake or stream then … Continue reading

Tips for Growing Duckweed

Tips for Growing Duckweed Where to get duckweeds? Duckweeds are available from many sources. How to handle duckweeds? Duckweed plants are delicate and easily damaged by fingers, forceps and other instruments.  Individual plants and small colonies may be picked up and moved without damage using a bacteriological loop.  Just place the loop in the medium … Continue reading

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20' x 4' Deep Water Troughs plus 210 Gallon Tank Below. Troughs function as clarifier, biofilter, and aerobic digester for duckweed and Deep Water Culture

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20' x 4' plant beds 210 gallon fish tank. Ebb and flow rock beds above tank

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