Aquaponics: The Easy Beginner's Guide to Growing Your Own Aquaponic Vegetable, Fruit, and Herb Garden at Home (Hardcover)
Learn How To Boost Your Fish And Crop Yield With Less Input (Especially Time), Save On Space And Have Fun Farming By Leveraging The Power Of Aquaponics
Have you always desired to establish a good plant cultivation practice or improve an existing one, and even combine that with fish farming but you either don't have enough space, you don't have enough time or capacity to maintain both practices -or don't even know where to begin?
If so, then keep reading...
Have you ever tried going commercial with crop cultivation or fish farming but you never seem to get the yield size that you desire?
Have you tried increasing your input in terms of time, nutrients and space but you still never get a matching yield?
Are you ready to stop outdated forms of crop and fish farming and discover something that works for you?
If so, then you've come to the right place.
You see, having an efficient, profitable crop/fish farming practice that reduces the typical amount of time or labor that goes into farming, as well as space and mental stress doesn't have to be difficult.
In fact, it's easier than you think.
But where do you even begin with aquaponics?
How do you build an aquaponics system?
How do you decide the fish to keep and the crops to have on your aquaponics system?
How do you deal with pests and diseases in your aquaponics system?
How do you maximize the yield by optimizing the different conditions on your aquaponics system?
If you have these and other related questions about aquaponics, this book is for you so keep reading.
Here is a tiny fraction of what you will learn in the book:
- The basics of aquaponics, including what it is, how it works, how it is different from other forms of gardening/farming and more
- How aquaponics changes the way we approach gardening, including the basics of growth, the essentials of plant growth and where aquaponics comes in
- The types of aquaponics systems
- How to design your system
- The best plants to grow
- Incorporating fish in your system
- Cycling a new aquaponics system
- How to set up your aquaponics system
- How to maintain your system
- How to avoid common mistakes
- The common fish problems in aquaponics
...and much, much more
Just imagine having an almost completely self-sufficient crop and fish farming system and still enjoying high quality yield
How would you feel having a beautiful setup right behind your house that your entire family can depend on, without having to worry about the cost of healthy food, all the harmful chemicals that are typically present in the fresh produce stocked in supermarkets and the cost of running a traditional farm?