- PFAS LLC offers an online training course that teaches you how to build and operate a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System in our online training. After satisfactory completion of our course in Aquaponics University, we will ship you one of our unique Portable Farms® Kits containing our revolutionary automated components that remove the heavy-effluent waste (yes, the fish poop) from the fish tank before sending the cleaned water to the grow table along with the nutrient-rich minerals from the effluent in the water.
- Our online course with Aquaponics University requires about twelve-hours to finish, and can be completed within one year from day of enrollment.
- A small backyard farm can be assembled over a weekend.
- The formula of 25 sq ft of grow table space is necessary to feed one adult their table vegetables (greens) and a portion of the fish (tilapia). Aquaponics does not grow grains, root vegetables (potatoes, onions, radishes) or perennials.
PFAS LLC receives a Frontrunner Award in the category of AgTech at the 2021 Go Global Awards.
October 15, 2021 – PFAS LLC, was announced at our International Awards Ceremony as the Frontrunner Award in the category of AgTech on the 14th of October 2021, at the International Trade Council’s Annual Go Global Awards Ceremony competing against 6416 entries, coming from organizations in 178 countries. The Frontrunner Award is technically the top runner-up after the Gold, Silver and Bronze Award categories.
PFAS LLC offers their invention Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems as their solution for families and groups to create food sustainability year-round in any climate. Their ultimate goal is to stop the cycle of poverty and end world hunger. Their technology can be built on site and operated by semi-skilled labour to feed people, or the food can be sold to others in their community. The operators of Portable Farms® can grow a variety of table vegetables and raise fish in a closed looped system. Currently, Portable Farms® are in 25 countries and all 50 US States.
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that includes a Portable Farms® Kit.
Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, Portable Farms Aquaponics Systems harvesting a single head of India Mustard. Add a little olive oil, salt and pepper and it’s a salad for 20 people. It’s always a party at Portable Farms!
Join us. Dinner is at 6 pm. You bring the garlic bread and
somebody else bring a guitar.
(left) A newly constructed Portable Farms® Aquaponics System
prior to planting or installing the fish in the fish tanks.
(right) 40 days after the seedlings were planted in the Grow Tables
and the fish were installed in the fish tanks.
Interior of a 16 x 33′ Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems.
To find out what is IN the Portable Farms® Kit and what is NOT in the Portable Farms® Kit , please request the FREE AND INSTANTANEOUS PRICE LIST (second box on top panel on every page of this website).
Most students complete our online aquaponics’ course in about twelve hours.
Our aquaponics course is online and self-paced.
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.
You have the option of paying with PayPal, Major Credit Cards and Wire Transfers.
If you 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, wire transfers and money orders.
You have one year to complete the course. Many families install a backyard aquaponics system over a weekend assuming they have some basic skills for home repair and have access to repair tools.
Phyllis Davis, co-inventor of Poratable Farms® Aquaponics Sytems, holding eight heads of kale Each kale stalk ranges in length from 40″ to 47″. This kale was grown in 45 days.
One head of India Mustard, a very mild Asian green used as lettuce. Grown in a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System in 42 days.
One head of Bok Choy grown in a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System in 48 days. This bok choy weights 12 pounds
Sixteen heads of basil Portable Farms® Aquaponics System in 44 day. Each stalk of this basil averages 37″.
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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 (viewed more than 32,381 times).
Read Six E-books (downloadable) about Aquaponics-Related Topics
Written by Colle and Phyllis Davis,
Inventors, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems.
Aquaponics raises Mozambique tilapia.
Tilapia are a warm water, fresh water fish.