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SALE! April 6 – 10, 2015 – Portable Farms®

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PFAS LLC is pleased to offer our SPRING SALE of Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Course© 

PLEASE READ CURRICULUM OF Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course© - CLICK HERE.

$500 off for regularly priced Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course©.

Shipping and postage are included to addresses in the US only, BUT for all order outside the US there is a US$140 shipping and handling charge.

The Portable Farms® Junior Course© is not included in this sale.

SALE PRICE: $2,000.00               April 6 – 10, 2015


 

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Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems

(Utility Patent Application Filed December 24, 2013)

garden tools with sprayBasic garden tools for growing food in a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System.

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$500 off for regularly priced Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course©
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!  SALE PRICE for course: US$2,000.00

 The Portable Farms®  Kit is included in the course price. To see what is IN the Portable Farms®  Kit and what is NOT in the Portable Farms®  Kit , please request the FREE AND INSTANTANEOUS PRICE LIST (top right box on every page of this website). One Portable Farms Kit provides you with the technology to assemble one module which feeds 8 people. Want to feed more people? Then order more Portable Farms®  Kits. Yes, it’s THAT EASY.

READ FOR FREE: THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OUTLINE FOR Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Course© -  CLICK HERE.
» Feed home-grown fish to your family . . . FROM TANK TO TABLE.
» Feed pesticide-free table vegetables to your family . . . FROM FARM TO FORK.

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Our 43 years of experience in aquaponics is now available to teach you how to feed your family FOREVER. [Read our History: CLICK HERE]

It only takes a few days to learn the areas related to assembling an aquaponics system  so you can build your own Portable Farms® Aquaponics System!

  • Let us teach you how to grow healthy fish and vegetables so you can become increasingly self-sustaining.
  • You can learn everything you need to know about building your own aquaponics system and growing healthy food by taking our FUN and easy-to-follow email-correspondence course.
  • Most students complete our course in a few days and then we ship you a Portable Farms® Kit so you can build your own system.
  • What’s in the Portable Farms® Kit? It’s listed in the FREE PRICE LIST (right top column on every page of this website.)

  • As of  March 27, 2015, PFAS LLC has received interest from more than 170 countries, 50 US States and 10 Canadian Provinces regarding the installation of Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems.  
  • Our 43 years of experience in aquaponics is now available to teach you how to feed your family FOREVER. [Read our History: CLICK HERE]
  • It only takes a few days to learn the areas related to assembling an aquaponics system  so you can build your own Portable Farms® Aquaponics System!

header2014findusonfacebookTo view photos of food that is commonly grow in Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems: CLICK HERE.

Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems GROW FOOD.

View a  2 minute video clip of the interior of 16′ x 33′ Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems

This small 16 x 33′ Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems (in above video) feeds ten people the table vegetables and protein (tilapia) the food they need for optimal health – forever in 528 sq ft total space and 264 square ft grow space. 

LEARN MORE! CLICK HERE.

  • Portable Farms® grow food in greenhouses, warehouses or underground structures
  • Without the use of any pesticides, harsh chemicals, antibiotics or hormones 
  • Portable Farms® use 95% less water than traditional agricultural methods
  • Portable Farms® use less electrical power than any other aquaponics system in the world and can be solar or wind powered
  • Portable Farms® provide table vegetables (greens and blooming plants such as tomatoes, peppers, etc.) and fish (tilapia) as a protein source to maintain optimal health
  • Three people can operate one-quarter of an acre of Portable Farms® which feeds 240 people forever. Twelve people can operate one acre of Portable Farms® which feeds 1,000 people forever
  • Portable Farms® can be operated by semi-skilled labor and people of almost any age (young and old)
  • Greens grown in Portable Farms® can be harvested in as few as 28 days after installation and continue producing forever
  • Portable Farms® feed families, communities, cities, countries and the world.

tokyo bekana colleColle Davis holding Butter Head Lettuce grown in 36 days.

To view photos of fresh food that is commonly grow in Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems: CLICK HERE.

Phyllis Davis was awarded Second Prize after presenting Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems to the San Diego Inventors Forum’s Annual Inventors Contest. View 8 minute presentation on YouTube video above.

  • Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, CEO of PFAS LLC, standing in front of a few tomato plants (10' tall) that supply hundreds of tomatoes while they're planted in a Portable Farms Aquaponics System. We generally leave the tomatoes in the grow trays about six months and then replant new tomatoes because their root systems grow too large (size of a football) for the grow trays.

    Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, CEO of PFAS LLC, standing in front of a few tomato plants (10′ tall) that supply hundreds of tomatoes while they’re planted in a Portable Farms Aquaponics System. We generally leave the tomatoes in the grow trays about six months and then replant new tomatoes because their root systems grow too large (size of a football) for the grow trays.

    This fun and educational course offers photographs that take you step-by-step throughout the entire course

  • It shows you how to build a backyard aquaponics system to feed a family of 8 or you can purchase additional Portable Farms® Kits to feed more people (each Portable Farms® Kit provides you with the technology to feed 8 people).
  • It also shows you how to care for the fish (tilapia) in your farm.
  • And, how to raise healthy vegetables – year round – in any climate.

BUY NOW BUTTON (BELOW) IS FOR $2,0000. We accept MasterCard, Visa, PayPal and Wire Transfers. If you would prefer, you may call us to give us your credit number over the phone: 800-906-0256 OR 800-952-6224. We also accept checks and money orders.

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We’ll teach you how to:

  • Build your own Portable Farms® Aquaponics System
  • Operate your new Portable Farms® Aquaponics System
  • Feed, nurture and care for the fish from ‘tank to table’
  • Plant, care and grow your plants from seed in the Grow Tray Tables from ‘farm to fork’
  • Clean the Clarifier every few weeks
  • Create a control panel that runs your system automatically 24/7
  • Harvest and replant your plants for subsequent crops
  • Receive a Portable Farms® Kit by satisfactorily completing  Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course© (This offer is good only for those in the US or Canada and certain countries for consideration.)
  • A materials and cutting’s list for constructing a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System (additional materials to be purchased by student as listed in the Price List)
  • If you work on the course for an hour a day, you can complete the online course in about one to two weeks; this is a self-paced course that you complete on your schedule.
  • It’s FUN. It’s EASY and after satisfactory completion, you’ll become a Certified Aquaponist after taking the Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course© .
  • Enroll in the  Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course© and complete it, and we will send you a complete Portable Farms® Kit. Free shipping within the US.

For more about this course or to enroll:  CLICK HERE.

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Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems (utility patent application filed December 23, 2013):

  • Phyllis Davis, Co-Inventor of Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems holding 8 heads of kale just harvested from a Portable Farm. The average height of these kale is 47". Monster kale!

    Phyllis Davis, Co-Inventor of Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems holding 8 heads of kale just harvested from a Portable Farm. The average height of these kale is 47″. Monster kale!

    Use no pesticides, harsh chemicals, antibiotics or hormones

  • Require 95% less water than traditional agriculture
  • Use less electrical power than any other aquaponics system in the world and can be solar or wind powered
  • Provide table vegetables (greens and blooming plants such as tomatoes, peppers, etc.) and fish (tilapia) as a protein source
  • Can be operated by people of almost any age (young and old)
  • Grow food in greenhouses, warehouses or underground structures.
  • REFUND POLICY - Please note. You may ask for and receive a full refund of your tuition up until you receive one or more of the sections of the Aquaponics University  Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Course© . At the point you open the email containing even one Section of the Course Material there will be no refund due because you have received value from the Intellectual Property and have received benefits of the Course.

Conversations with the Unconscious

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Prior to bringing Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems to the marketplace in March 2008, both Colle Davis and I, Phyllis Davis, owned a consulting company and worked with thousands of people over 30 years as corporate trainers, speakers, Senior Executive Coaches and consultants to Fortune 500 companies and startups.

We made our ‘bones’ in the field of (what we called in the 80’s and 90’s) the human potential movement that experimented with behavior awareness as a keystone to success.

You may recall the work of Anthony Robbins or Dr. Phil during those early years as they brought attention to qualities of human potential in people’s personal and professional lives.

Colle and I continue to work with clients to help them jettison their former lives (their old life without enough fun in it) in the direction of their dreams and for many years, many of our clients have asked us to create a book to share many of our unique techniques with others. And, we’ve done just that.

Our new book, Conversations with the Unconscious will be available May 12, 2015 (but you can preorder your book today). We have been refining the contents of this book for many years and the time has come to release it. This book is a combination ebook/audio book including audio segments of techniques and trancework for creating instant change in areas of your life that take less than 15 minutes and are a permanent solutions to any major event or feeling you may have in your life.

Is this magic? Sure. Call it what you want, but it’s your unconscious mind that will be doing ALL the work. If your conscious mind could have done it, you would already have what you want in your life. Magic or not, this works. We’re not therapists and we do not ask you provide us with any private information for our techniques to work.

To learn more and preorder you book, CLICK HERE.

Portable Farms® GOES SOLAR

Portable Farms® GOES SOLAR 
– By Colle and Phyllis Davis

Huge exciting news!

PFAS LLC is now offering their Portable Farms® Kits designed for SOLAR installations.

The PFAS LLC Research Center installation at our headquarters in Southern Florida has been operating on solar power since last August and has not missed a beat. The system is 100% solar powered and you too can have a system solar powered Portable Farms® with 12v air compressors and timers.

Full disclosure: We use a slightly modified solar electric system with a 12VDC to 110v AC converter for the large air pump because of the noise factor. We have on hand and have used a 12v air compressor for the CAD Pump and it works just fine but is much noisier than the 110VAC compressor. You have been forewarned. :)

The PFAS LLC Florida solar electrical system:

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  A single 100 watt panel installed next to a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System        

Meter                      Voltage Meter – notice 15.9 watts at 9:08 AM (the electrical cord was for the grow lights)

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Control panel including MPPT Controller, air pump and timer 

The additional components shown below were added to have a quieter system are the inverter and the 110 volt air pump. They are NOT supplied with the Portable Farms® Kit(s). The second, larger air pump for the 12volt systems is slightly larger than the one shown.          

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700 watt 12VDC to 110VAC inverter

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110 volt 65lpm air pump

The increasing demand from our students in areas of the world where electrical power is erratic or non-existent has prompted us to offer the Portable Farms® Kit that is part of the Aquaponics University Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Course© with a 12 volt DC OPTION. The price is exactly the same as the regular 110 AC system, but we need to know when you order the AU Course or additional Portable Farms® Kits that you want the 12volt option.

solar systemWith the price of solar panels continuing to drop, the price/value proposition has swung over to favor the solar installations EVEN IF YOU HAVE GRID POWER. For example, the system in use –shown above – is a 100watt panel, MPPT controller, a 12v constantly on air pump for the air stones, a 12v timer, (here is where the difference in our system lies) a 700watt converter 12/110 to run a 110 VAC 65lmp air pump to run the CAD Pump and one deep cycle marine battery. That’s it. The system is bullet proof with all the controls on a panel under the Grow Table.

 

 

What will ‘going solar’ do for you?

  • Reduce the worry of a power failure that could impact your fish.
  • Reduce the cost of electrical power from your house. Our system will take about 2 year to pay for itself because so little power is needed for the Portable Farms®.
  • Increasing the solar installation size to run Grow Lights for winter growing will quadruple the size/cost and will take about 3.5 years to pay off depending on the size of the installation.
  • Give you incredibly huge bragging rights.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint.

There you have it, PFAS LLC has made solar power components an option with their Portable Farms® Kits. If you are planning a commercial installation the needs of a 10,000 sq ft (1,000m2) climatically adapted building on solar is about the same as a small 2 bedroom house. The main difference is that the Portable Farms® uses the most electricity when the sun is shining so the battery bank can be much smaller than for a house.

To insure you receive the correct power components for your Portable Farms® Kit(s) you must notify us when you receive your Congratulations on Graduating Letter (or before) so we send you the right Portable Farms® Kit.

Begin reducing your carbon footprint and enroll in the Aquaponics University Portable Farms Aquaponics Systems Course© today and let us know when you start, that you are joining the solar revolution and want the 12volt Portable Farms® Kit for your installation.

 

Make US$100,000 per year with Commercial Aquaponics

Make US$100,000 per year with Commercial Aquaponics   
– By Colle and Phyllis Davis

Banker having phone call outdoorsOne of the most visited pages on our website is Become a Millionaire on One Acre with Aquaponics because more and more people are aware that aquaponics is one of the most exciting ‘new’ and trending technologies in the Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) arena.

Commercial aquaponics is also one of the easiest ways to produce huge amounts of locally grown, pesticide free food that is capable of commanding the highest prices from demanding consumers.

The capital investment required is US$250,000 which is capital intensive on the front end and includes a 10,000 sq. ft. acclimatized greenhouse which is 2/3 of the initial investment, plus 30 Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems’ Modules. This amount does not include land, utilities or grow lights.

greenhouse1aThe operating expenses for a quarter acre installation run over US$100,000 per year and includes costs for labor, seeds, fish food, utilities and miscellaneous and the Return on Investment (ROI) in most markets will be less than 2 to 5 years, depending on the crops raised and sold to a local market.

This means that the US$250,000 to US$320,000 investment will begin to produce a net:net annual income of $100,000 in the second full year of production.

 

 

  • A single 10,000 sq. ft. climatically adapted greenhouse, just the building, NOT the PFAS Technology, has an initial capital cost of US$130,000 to US$230,000 (depending on the cost of the greenhouse you choose) and this does not include the land/property costs or utility installation costs
  • A single 10,000 sq. ft. facility can hold approximately 26 to 30 Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Modules costing from $80,000 to $100,000, installed
  • The ROI can be from 2 to 5 years depending on your markets and the crops you choose to grow and sell
  • Payroll for two full time employees to operate a single commercial PFAS Unit (30 modules)
  • The Net-Net for this example is US$100,000 per year, reaching that level the second full year of operation

GreenhouseTo begin the process, do your homework, complete your marketing survey, talk to the casino, high-end restaurants and resort hotel chefs to see how much of their weekly produce they are willing to buy from you. Talk to at least TEN chefs, add the numbers of different vegetables they are requesting together, divide by two (this gives you the built in expansion for your business) and design your installation to fulfill that amount of produce by the end of your first year of production.

Yes, it’s a LOT of hard work, focus, yours and/or other people’s money and a dedication to bringing the finest food on the planet to your market that can make you a millionaire is a few short years. You actually have to do the work to get there. PFAS LLC’s Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems technology is one way to have fun in the process because it is a proven system and PFAS LLC provides the Operator training.

The fastest way to get started is with the new book Commercial Aquaponics GOLD which covers every facet of commercial aquaponics from concept to delivery of product. The book even includes a FREE Business Plan Template built specifically for commercial aquaponics, and the PFAS LLC Executive Summary that includes costs, expenses, income, the best produce to grow and profits listed.

To recap: To have an annual income from commercial aquaponics will require an investment of around a quarter million US dollars. Or you can start smaller and grow from the profits and reach that level in 5 to 8 years. The numbers quoted above include hiring full time labor. If you do some of the labor yourself, the numbers will be higher.

Start today so next year you will be well on your way to a secure and ongoing income from your own company.

 


 

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

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Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


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AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.


 

Investors Who Become Farmers

Investors Who Become Farmers
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

ancient farmingFarming is a relatively recent profession. Yes, some form of farming has been around for around 15,000 years (early farming was called protofarming) and then our ancestors learned to plant, nurture and harvest fresh food and as well as care for animals as the step beyond basic ‘hunting/gathering’ forms of survival methods.

The concept of developed agriculture changed all of our lives and has a ‘long tradition of success’ and catastrophic failures. Farmers, by nature, tend to be conservative, hard working, slightly superstitious and frugal people. They are willing to try new ideas and techniques if it can be demonstrated to them, in monetary returns that their work is successful and can be duplicated over time. There are always a group of forward-thinking farmers who are willing to try the latest methods for raising food and fiber. These front-edge-innovators are the pioneers that bring new technology to the main-stream marketplace and are responsible for the level of production that modern farms have achieved in recent years.

 

farmicon2The challenges for today’s agriculture includes the need to grow enough food to feed 9 billion people by 2050 with limited resources (water, farmable regions, and the ability to transport food long distances and still make a profit). New innovations always come at a price. Seed selection, fertilizer, pesticides, watering techniques, harvesting methods and other factors all have a price tag that must be folded into the final price of the farm output. Each new technology must also add complexity to the process of bring the products to market. Farmers adapt to the new requirements as fast as the market will allow them OR as quickly as their government subsidized income make economic sense to them.

irrigation farmlandEnter the new investors who see ‘food’ as the next vital need for healthy survival; after all, food is not a fad nor a trend, its value is ever increasing. The most productive farmland in the world is becoming increasingly expensive. There are farms being purchased in the central US today that can never pay back their investment. The land has become the new tulip mania or the latest tech bubble. The buyers are investors and not farmers. Local farmers have been priced out of the market for land in most cases and the ‘farms’ are now being run by farm managers, not land owners. The new ‘farmer/investors’ have joined with the league of lobbyist to press for more and more government guarantees and subsidies to keep their cash flow high enough to warrant continuing to own the land in hopes of selling it in a few years.

Someday, the problems will begin to manifest when the inflation rate increases or the subsidies dry up, or the drought continues in areas that were once considered rich farmland, and these investors will be required to continue to fund a huge multimillion dollar operation at a loss . . . but not for long. Somewhere, someday, the numbers will simply not continue to pencil out and they will walk away from ‘their’ farms. That’s how investors work. If they are making money, they love it and they will stay in the game. If not, they pack it up and find a new game that generates faster, easier profits.

investorsThis is not a condemnation of investors who are the lifeblood of the industrialized world and we really do need them. They put capital to work making things happen. What non-investors need to be aware of is that investors play a deadly serious game, and they are in it to win. The bet/risk has to pay out on a high enough percentage of their deals, or they will simply walk away from the losers. Don’t be too hard on them; if you’re smart, you do the exact same thing on a smaller scale all the time. It is smart business to be profitable, and to walk away from losers.

Enter the new investors who are non-farm investors coming into a completely new arena that is not farming and not dependent on farming in any way. Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) more closely resembles a food assembly line than traditional dirt farming.. Controlled food production more closely resembles a food assembly line than traditional dirt farming. Lettuce has been raised this way for over half a century and more and more tomatoes are raised in controlled environments as are peppers, greens, cucumbers and a growing variety of other vegetables.

ACRES GRENHOUSESWhen plants are housed inside a climatically adapted structure and provided with all of the requirements for maximum growth, it equals the most productive food production facilities ever built. All of the technology is available today and because these installations do not need dirt, they can be placed almost anywhere there is a flat and level area. Vacant lots, roof tops, parking lots and even worn out farmland can be used. Even warehouses are being used, though with slightly reduced returns because of the cost of energy required. The closer to the local market the installations are located the better, because reducing the food miles increases the profits and enhances quality of the vegetables.

SHAKINGHANDSWITHWhat is currently lacking to attract investor into this truly amazing money-making space? These new investors do not understand how to operate these fantastic new food production facilities, nor do they want to learn. They are business people who are in the business of investing and making money with that activity. They have the funds or access to the funds that can build thousands of acres of climatically adapted greenhouses, but they need someone to supervise, operate and maintain these installations. There are very few qualified people in the world that can actually operate one of these new businesses based on the new technology.

Enter Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems, the aquaponics people. The staff at PFAS LLC have documented the steps required for starting a commercial aquaponics business; they can provide consulting services and even provide a business plant template based on their aquaponics technology. More importantly they can help investors find that qualified Captain of Operations or COO to manage and grow their new installations. Their Aquaponics University Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Course© also trains the Operators at the rate of one new Operator for each ten PFAS Modules installed. 


Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

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Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


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AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.


What’s the Difference Between Hydroponics vs Aquaponics?

Hydroponic lettuce

Commercially Grown Hydroponic Lettuce

What’s the Difference Between Hydroponics vs Aquaponics?
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Hydroponics is a very recent technology first noted in the 17th Century; the name itself was only coined in 1937 from the Greek words for ‘water’ and for ‘work’ by William Frederick Gericke of the University of California at Berkeley. He grew a 25′ tomato plants in his backyard using only mineral salts in water.

As amazing and productive as hydroponic is, there is a built in problem with the technology. The nutrient solution used in the growing of the plants eventually has to be ‘changed out’ or it will become toxic to the plants, even if the system is being run organically because some of the nutrients become concentrated in the water and even adding water to dilute it, there comes a time when it must be changed out. Therein lies the rub . . .

The ‘liquor’ as it is called, is now designated by the EPA as toxic waste and must be disposed of properly by qualified personal using approved techniques. Another way to say this is that the waste disposal for hydroponics is expensive and needs to be disposed of by experts. This makes the hydroponic waste removal a much larger expense than most people realize and it’s a topic that’s almost never discussed by those selling hydroponic systems.

Hydroponics has a much older and more benign sister, aquaponics that has been around for over 4,500 years and is the exact same system that nature uses to break down waste to reuse the resulting byproducts to grow new plants and this process has been going on naturally for billions of years.

The waste products in aquaponics are non toxic, usable on other plants and can even be dumped down a sewer system because they will not harm sewage systems. The waste from an aquaponics system is a valuable fertilizer for plants, shrubbery, trees, or grass. One owner of a small commercial Portable Farms® Aquaponics System even sells his Settling Tank waste as an organic fertilizer and gets US$25 per 5 gallon container and the client picks it up at his greenhouse. Considering that each Module of Portable Farms® produces approximately 50 gallons of waste water every six weeks which can become a nice extra source of income for the installation owner.

In aquaponics, there are no toxic chemicals used because they might kill either the plants or the fish.

Insecticides that help control pests on the plants will nearly always kill the fish. Organic becomes a way of life which makes for a much safer and healthier food supply. Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems are organic by definition because they contain NO dirt and use no chemicals (insecticides or fertilizers) to grow the plants.

Today, your family can enjoy one of the oldest food-growing technologies wrapped up in a modern, easy to build and operate system in your own backyard, patio or greenhouse.


Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

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Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


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AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.



What Makes Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Different?

What Makes Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems Different? 
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Aquaponics can be traced back over 4,700 years to an area located in present-day China. The technology has been in use for a very long time. The older systems were referred to as pass-through or as one time water-use systems. This means the input water passes through the system in a series of steps to help in the production of meat, vegetables, fish and cleaner output water.

 

Modern aquaponics tend to be closed loop systems where the water is recycled throughout the system. Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems uses a ‘closed loop system’ similar to modern day hydroponics. The water is used to remove the waste from the fish tanks, deliver the nutrients (less the fish-waste solids) to the plants and then return the water which is now stripped of nutrients and re-oxygenated back to the fish tanks. The PFAS is different in several respects from most other aquaponics systems now in use.

In the 43 year design phase of the Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems , the major parameters were to have a system that was easy to operate and very nearly indestructible. To achieve this dual goal the design required an overlay of software on the existing technology.


The best way to understand how this was accomplished is to use a computer or smart phone as an example. The hardware components of these devices are very similar and can be manufactured by a wide variety of companies. The differences between the different brands or models lie in the software used to operate the equipment. The software is designed to take advantage of the hardware and be flexible enough to accept apps or programs in order to add functionality to the device itself.

The Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems is designed exactly the same way. The basic technology of aquaponics is a commodity or open-sourced material where anyone can actually build an aquaponics system using information gathered from the Internet and materials gathered locally. The difference is that the Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems is the software package that makes the collection of components operate at peak efficiency and is also flexible enough to allow for changes due to environmental conditions, crops differences and emergencies.

There is no single point of failure in a commercial Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems installation. This huge safety factor is achieved because each Module is a stand-alone system with two separate points of failure, neither of which is critical to the health of the fish or plants for up to twelve hours. IF a single Module were to fail, it will not in any way jeopardize the entire installation. If a single Module fails in a Commercial Installation it represents less than 5% of the output of that installation. A computerized warning system can be installed to notify one or more people of any impending or actual failures that may occur.

This technology analogy is the best and probably the only way to explain the enormous advantage that Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems  has over other aquaponics systems. This is especially true when compared to the raft systems which consume many times as much water and electrical power than medium-based systems (we use gravel). Most raft systems have a single-system-wide point of failure which is an electrical pump that is running at all times. When/if this pump fails, the system immediately puts the fish at risk and very quickly the fish will die. The best software in the world cannot workaround this design flaw.

  • For commercial installations our PFAS LLC engineers are onsite to oversee the initial setup and to train the local crew(s) on how to properly assemble and operate the system. 

Aquaponics makes controlled environment growing more than a feasible addition to the food supply. It makes feeding a growing middle class a lucrative and rewarding investment. The Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems is the most advanced, best producing, least energy intensive aquaponics system in the world. Start yours today. 

 


Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

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Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


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AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.


1 Pound of Eggs Requires 400 Gallons of Water. Wow

1 Pound of Eggs Requires 400 Gallons of Water. Wow
by Phyllis and Colle Davis

Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems grows fresh, organic, healthy food with less water and energy than any other growing system in the world. If you own your own Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems, now you can grow your own food without guilt and you may even have a negative-carbon footprint.

  • A Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems to feed 8 people uses less than 100 watts of power per hour
  • A Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems utilizes 90 to 95% LESS water than in-ground agriculture
  • The largest piece of farming equipment used to grow food in a Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems is one hand trowel.

What is the water content of things?

This information provided by USGC. Facts stated below are from The Water Footprint Network and Water Content of Things: The World’s Water 2008-2009, Peter Gleick, The Pacific Institute

Water is needed to grow not only everything we eat but also to produce almost all the products we use every day. This water is either supplied by nature as precipitation and/or added by people during the growing/production process. You can’t tell by the size of a product or the appearance of a food how much water was actually used to produce the item.

It is very difficult to come up with accurate water-use numbers and the large variety of food-growing and production techniques used worldwide means that the amount of water needed can vary a huge amount depending on how and where the food is grown.

Yet another consideration is how far back do you go in the chain of production to estimate water use? For beef, some estimates only consider water for cattle to drink, while other sources may consider the water needed to grow the food that the cow eats. So, the data is meant to give you a general idea and please note the limitations and uncertainties in coming up with these estimates.

 

Bread (1 slice, about 1 ounce): 10 gallons of water

– 10 gallons is a good global average. Producing wheat takes about 150 gallons per pound.

Chicken (1 pound of chicken meat): 500 gallons of water

– Water is not only needed for the chicken to drink and to maintain the “chicken house,” but also to grow the grains that the chicken eats.

Coffee (1 cup of coffee): 35 gallons

– The world population requires about 120 billion cubic metres of water per year in order to be able to drink coffee. This is equivalent to 1.5 times the annual Rhine runoff and constitutes 2% of the global water use for crop production.

Corn (1 pound of corn): 110 gallons of water

– Maize (corn) consumes about 550 billion cubic meters of water annually, which is 8% of the global water use for crop production.

Eggs (1 pound of eggs): 400 gallons of water

– Most of the water is required for feeding the chickens.

Hamburger (1/3 pounder): 4,000-18,000 gallons

– Estimates vary a lot due to different conditions of raising cows and to the extent of the production chain of water that is used. It takes a lot of water to grow grain, forage, and roughage to feed a cow, as well as water to drink and to service the cow.

Orange (1 gallon of orange juice): 13 gallons of water

– One glass of orange juice (200 ml) takes about 45 gallons liters of water, which includes growing the orange, of course.

Paper (one sheet): 3 gallons of water

– This number has a lot of variation and depends on the source of the wood. Particularly, forest evapo-transpiration and wood yield vary from forest to forest. The number will likely fall in a range of 1/2 gallon and 8 gallons per sheet (A4 size).

Potato (1 pound): 100 gallons of water

One cotton shirt: 700 gallons of water

– Of this total water volume, 45% is irrigation water consumed (evaporated) by the cotton plant; 41% is rainwater evaporated from the cotton field during the growing period; and 14% is water required to dilute the wastewater flows that result from the use of fertilizers in the field and the use of chemicals in the textile industry.

Steel (one pound): 30 gallons of water

Wheat (one pound): 110 -250 gallons of water

– Wheat consumes about 790 billion cubic meters of water annually, which constitutes 12% of the global water use for crop production.

Just how much water is there on (and in) the Earth? Here are some numbers you can think about:

  • If all of Earth’s water (oceans, icecaps and glaciers, lakes, rivers, groundwater, and water in the atmosphere was put into a sphere, then the diameter of that water ball would be about 860 miles (about 1,385 kilometers), a bit more than the distance between Salt Lake City, Utah to Topeka, Kansas. The volume of all water would be about 332.5 million cubic miles (mi3), or 1,386 million cubic kilometers (km3). A cubic mile of water equals more than 1.1 trillion gallons. A cubic kilometer of water equals about 264 billion gallons.
  • About 3,100 mi3 (12,900 km3) of water, mostly in the form of water vapor, is in the atmosphere at any one time. If it all fell as precipitation at once, the Earth would be covered with only about 1 inch of water.
  • The 48 contiguous United States receives a total volume of about 4 mi3 (17.7 km3) of precipitation each day.
  • Each day, 280 mi3 (1,170 km3)of water evaporate or transpire into the atmosphere.
  • If all of the world’s water was poured on the contiguous (lower 48 states) United States, it would cover the land to a depth of about 107 miles (145 kilometers).
  • Of the freshwater on Earth, much more is stored in the ground than is available in lakes and rivers. More than 2,000,000 mi3 (8,400,000 km3) of freshwater is stored in the Earth, most within one-half mile of the surface. But, if you really want to find freshwater, the most is stored in the 7,000,000 mi3 (29,200,000 km3) of water found in glaciers and icecaps, mainly in the polar regions and in Greenland.


Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

COVER1

Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


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AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.


How to Grow Fruit Trees or Blueberries in Aquaponics

How to Grow Fruit Trees or Blueberries in Aquaponics 
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis
 

In answer to the many questions we receive about aquaponics, “Yes, you can use aquaponics to grow fruit trees and blueberries.” 

Growing fruit trees with aquaponics requires having patience, being willing to follow instructions and being flexible in your choice of trees, fish and output. The main difference in using aquaponics to grow ‘fruit’ trees is that the equation shifts from extremely high value real estate (areas in gravel beds is valuable space when placed inside of a climatically adapted structure) to seasonal, outdoor controlled growing. Here are the main parameters that need to be addressed when considering raising fruit trees with aquaponics. 

 

  1. Pollination. Bees do not do well at all inside buildings. Hand pollination is VERY expensive
  2. Which fruit(s) should you raise?
  3. What market is being addressed and can the fruit compete with regular ‘dirt farming’ methods currently used for growing fruit?
  4. What is to be done with the fish waste water when the trees are dormant?
  5. What training will the personnel need to have in order to make the aquaponics-fruit-growing-installation most productive? 

All of these issues have to be addressed before looking at the land to be used for the orchard/vineyard for the fruit. For the moment we’ll assume that the go-ahead has been made to install an aquaponics orchard to raise apricots, a high value crop which does not ship well and is in demand in the local markets. Fruit that travel well (apples, oranges, lemons, and limes) and that can be stored for long periods are not good candidates for aquaponics because the installation costs are too high to compete with current growing methods. The other fruit this method covers well is blueberries, so you may substitute blueberries for apricots in the information below. 

The first step for installing an orchard is to dig trenches on the contour across the slope of the designated orchard area. These trenches need to be 18 to 24 inches (45cm to 60cm) deep and the same wide with a 4 to 6 inch berm build up on each side to prevent ground water from entering the trench at any time. Then an impermeable membrane is placed covering the entire berm trench berm area to insure that no water either leaves or enters the trench. (Blueberries only need half the trench size.) 

At one end of the top trench, install an automatic trip valve in a sump area and have it drain into the trench below so the water is flowing back across the slope in the next trench down the slope. This arrangement will mean the water travels from one end of the trench to the other, drops to the next level and traverses the slope in the opposite direction for each trench. The slope must be great enough for the trench to fill nearly full each time and then to drain out completely. The ideal slope is 1:6 up to 1:8, less or more slope requires some consulting time to design a functioning system.  

Before filling the lined trenches with gravel, fill them with water first to observe that each automatic trip valve is working correctly and that each trench drains completely.  

The next step is placing the gravel that has been to be washed and screened to remove sand, mud and debris into the trenches up to two inches below the top of the berm. The gravel needs to be level in all directions. Fill each trench insuring the pipe surrounding the automatic trip valve has no gravel inside of it.   

Finally make sure the last trench drains completely into the fish tank/pond. Now it is the time to plant the trees (bushes) and install the fish into their new home. The choice of fish is much broader than it is with indoor aquaponics. Local fish can be used very successfully. Feed the fish what they will eat in 15 to 30 second once or twice a day after they are two to three inches long.  

When the fruiting season is over, reduce the water flow through the system to twice a week and after the leaves drop only run the water once or twice a month to insure the trees have some water. In the spring, begin the water flow before the first thaw and before the leaves start to swell.  

Now, here is a quick and dirty method. Cut several 55-gallon plastic drums in half, install a drain line with a shut off valve in the bottom so you can control the water level, fill with gravel, plant your favorite fruit trees and water with fish waste water a couple times a week during growing season and once or twice a month when they are dormant. AQUAPONIC FRUIT GROWING:  DONE.  


 

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD, Aquaponics GOLD and Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
are published by Concept to Licensing LLC. 

COVER1

Commercial Aquaponics GOLD – eBook – $69.95

Published March 2015

Buy Commercial Aquaponics GOLD  - CLICK HERE.

  • Commercial Aquaponics GOLD is the information you will need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO BONUSES: 1) A business plan template  designed specifically for aquaponics to present to funders and 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

 

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.

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


 

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  – eBook –  $9.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published March 2015

Buy Backyard Aquaponics GOLD: CLICK HERE.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family. The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables. 

After reading this 45 page ebook (over 10,500 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU. 

 

 


aquaponics gold High Resolution WEB

AQUAPONICS GOLD©  - eBook  – $39.95

- by Colle and Phyllis Davis

Published February 2015

Buy Aquaponics Gold: CLICK HERE

Raising Healthy Fish and Vegetables in Aquaponics

Revealing 17 Trade Secrets and 100 PAGES OF GREAT information!
Learn Tips and Trick from Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
.

 LISTEN TO PHYLLIS DAVIS TELL YOU ABOUT AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Buy Aquaponics Gold Here

The purpose of this book is to fill in the gap between the burgeoning varieties of technology available today for aquaponics and all the various growing techniques. It is our pleasure to offer many of our own time-tested and effective techniques for raising healthy fish and plants in aquaponics.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW EBOOK: CLICK HERE.


Backyard Aquaponics GOLD – NEW eBook

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Backyard Aquaponics GOLD  (NEW EBOOK)  $9.95

To order: CLICK HERE

Launch Date: March 13, 2015 

Phyllis Davis, Co-Inventor, Harvesting fresh greens from their Portable Farms.

Phyllis Davis, Co-Inventor, Harvesting fresh greens from their Portable Farms.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD by Colle and Phyllis Davis is presented as an overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home for a greater degree of sustainability and food safety for themselves and their family.

The suggestions provided in this ebook cover the topic of year-round growing with aquaponics prior to studying other topics regarding raising healthy fish and vegetables.

We receive hundreds of inquires per month from those who have ‘just discovered’ aquaponics and want answers to their many questions about aquaponics before they move forward and decide to install their own aquaponics system.

After reading this ebook (over 10,000 words with dozens of images), you’ll be able to make the decision about whether aquaponics IS FOR YOU.

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