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Want to grow in your Tilapia Breeding Skills? On September 5, 2013 at 7:00 pm Central (USA) Aquaponics and Earth is hosting our live Tilapia Breeding training webinar     Tilapia Breeding & Fry Care for:  Fun, Food, Fertilizer and Profit! By John Musser   This exclusive and comprehensive training is one of a kind. […] Read more

  The U.S. tilapia market is dominated by imports, with less than five percent produced domestically. It’s time to change this and we want to help! It’s time for people just like you to get the right how to tilapia farming advice. Tilapia is a fast-growing tropical species, native to Africa, but resident in more […] Read more

[galleryview id=23] Gay Bingham has a passion to teach sustainability to her students in the Agricultural and Environmental Department at Seagoville High School and her community. She came eagerly to the AESL farm and wanted to create a somewhat identical version of our model on the school grounds.   Later the administration of the school […] Read more

Barrelponics

Crops grow in pea gravel with a continually running pump that requires only 45 watts of power. The nutrient rich fish waste provides all the fertilizer needed to grow lettuce and other crops year around. Crops grow in 50% of the time. [galleryview id=5] Read more

Aquaponics is the symbiotic cultivation of plants and aquatic animals in a recirculating environment.   Aquatic animal effluent (for example fish waste) accumulates in water as a by-product of keeping them in a closed system or tank (for example a recirculating aquaculture system). The effluent-rich water becomes high in plant nutrients but this is correspondingly […] Read more

Evolution of Aquaponics by Scott Jones   Aquaponics is an intricate circular chemical sequence often described, in a simple manner, as, “you feed the fish, the fish feed the plants and the plants clean the water for the fish.” On a grand scale Mother Nature uses aquaponics to make the world grow. Without natural aquaponics […] Read more