Aquaponics = Aquaculture + Hydroponics
Aquaculture refers to farming fish in water while hydroponics refers to farming plants in water instead of soil. Combined, they make an aquaponics system which is sustainable, efficient, and built to last.
This 2-in-1 system creates a controlled and sustainable growth environment that generates extremely productive yields compared to traditional farming methods. Our system uses up to 90% less water since water is constantly being recirculated within the system and is not lost to evaporation or runoff.
The symbiotic relationship between plants and fish means that the plants can symbiotically thrive on the nutrient-rich fish waste, while the plants clean the water for the fish. Altogether, our aquaponics systems can grow a wide variety of fresh leafy vegetables without the need for any chemical pesticides or harsh chemical fertilizers, which are harmful to both the earth and us.