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Aquaponics vs Hydroponics: Which One Is Best For You?

Aquaponics involves growing fishes and plants together within the same environment, which is considered to be a sustainable process. On the other hand, hydroponics is a gardening method that allows for plants to be grown without the use of soil. Both of these methods can be effective and beneficial depending on the application you are [...]

2020-03-24T11:33:27-07:00By |Hydroponics|

6 Types of Hydroponic Systems Explained

Hydroponics is an increasingly popular method of growing plants that uses a nutrient-rich solution with a water base, which means that soil isn't used at all in a hydroponics system. Instead, the roots of the plants are supported by such substances as peat moss, clay pellets, perlite, and rockwool. When you're looking to create or [...]

2020-01-27T14:45:54-08:00By |Hydroponics|

How to Monitor Water Quality in Aquaponics Systems

Aquaponics has emerged as an increasingly popular food production method. A basic aquaponics setup combines fish farming with hydroponic agricultural farming. Hydroponic agriculture refers to growing plants without soil, instead using nutrient enriched water. By combining hydroponics with fish farming, food producers can increase their output, create a sustainable farming system, and maximize space usage. [...]

2020-01-27T14:46:07-08:00By |Aquaculture, Hydroponics|

How to Monitor Nutrient Solution in Hydroponics

All hydroponics gardens or operations are heavily dependent on nutrient solution to ensure proper plant growth. The plants in any system grow in a medium that provides no nutritional value, so having proper nutrient solution is vital to plant life. It is crucial that the nutrient solution is monitored and properly fed to the plants.

2020-02-26T14:53:33-08:00By |Hydroponics|