Aquaponics is the Best Business Opportunity of the 21st Century

Aquaponics is the Best Business Opportunity of the 21st Century 

– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

unityAs the demand for protein and crop production increases over the next four decades because of growing urban populations, commercial aquaponics is a business opportunity that provides an easy, urban-access source for healthy food that requires 90 to 95% less water than in-ground agriculture, no soil or fertilizers, and minimal land requirements. Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems offers investors a feasible and realistic ROI for a reasonable initial investment. There is a growing request for Kilometer/Mile-Zero Food that is locally grown and nutritious to feed the growing urban middle class in urban settings. With the disruption in transportation and increased costs associated with transportation, urban centers are becoming increasingly vulnerable to food shortages as the Century progresses.


Portable Farms®  Aquaponics Systems installed with a 20′ x 50′ acclimatized greenhouse (1,000 square feet) will grow:

  • 6,000 vegetables and 2,300 pounds of fish per year.
  • 25 square feet of grow space will feed one adult, year round.
  • 1,000 square feet will feed 24 people, year round.

According to sources reporting for Bloomberg News.* “Global agriculture production needs to increase 70 percent to meet food demand by the middle of the century as more people move to cities,” the United Nations said.

“Growers will have to increase yields on existing farms as the amount of land available for agriculture is shrinking, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization said in a book on farming, ‘Save and Farm’ About 70 percent of people will live in urban areas by 2050, up from 50 percent today, the FAO said.

‘We have no option but to further intensify crop production,’ the FAO said. Demand for food such as wheat and rice will rise along with the global population, which is expected to jump 33 percent to 9.2 billion by 2050, according to the FAO. Between 2015 and 2030, ‘an estimated 80 percent of the required food production increases will have to come from intensification in the form of yield increases and higher cropping intensities.’

Read Five New Ebooks About Aquaponics-Related Topics
Written by Colle and Phyllis Davis, Inventors, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems and Published in 2015

For more detailed information about these books: CLICK HERE.


Commercial Aquaponics GOLD


Listen to an important message from Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems

Aquaponics GOLD

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 Listen to Phyllis Davis tell you about AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD

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An overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home.


Greenhouse & Warehouse Aquaponics GOLDgreenhouse book cover

This ebook discloses the facts, figures and formulas necessary for successful greenhouse and warehouse aquaponics growing. 


 Solar Aquaponics GOLD

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Let us show you HOW, WHY, WHAT, WHERE and HOW MUCH it costs to install your own solar powered system for YOUR aquaponics system.


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