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How to get Started with Aquaponics System
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Maurice Aurich
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March 11, 2014 - 10:04 am
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Basically Aquaponics is a combination of aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture means the cultivation of fish or the other water animal and the hydroponics means growing of plants in a sterile medium or completely in water. Today, most of the people build small setup in their backyard to grow vegetables . Aquaponics process is in great demand today. It is very easy process to operate and plants grow faster in this process. But you should aware of the proper methods for starting this process.

The first point to select the correct store for your plants. You can have to opt for the correct container that your plants can be growing in. Selecting a container that's too small can produce issues and hassles in a while.

The best choice is a media-based grow bed. It should be large enough to carry the vegetables or whatever you choose to grow. It should be non-toxic, waterproof, strong and sturdy.

The next issue to think about storing your fish. If it’s just a little setup, you can use a fish tank. However, the larger the setup, the more important your choice of container will be. It is essential to get this right because your fish will die if conditions are stressful or not suitable.

You will need to decide how much space you are going to need for your Aquaponics system. Whatever fish you decide to go with, one rule applies.

The ratio of the plant container to the fish container should be 1:1. You may need to confirm that there's no overcrowding within the marine museum or instrumentality. Later on as you are increasing your Aquaponics system, you'll opt for a 2:1 ration.

Exercise sense when addressing the fish and within the initial stages it'd be knowing check on them often to examine if they're coping well.
So these are some small things that you should keep in mind while starting the Aquaponics setup.

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Thanks for the write up

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Thanks:Smile

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