Category: aquaponics commercial growing

Backyard Farms – Two-for-One – Buy One & Get One Free

Backyard Farms – Two-for-One SaleBuy One & Get One Free April 5 – 12, 2020   Backyard Farms – Two-for-One Sale –  Buy One & Get One Free.  Split the cost with a friend or family member so you can each own a farm. Join our BIG SALE APRIL  5 – 12, 2020. Portable Farms® …

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Grow and Sell Food with Commercial Aquaponics

Grow and Sell Food with Commercial Aquaponics  Becoming a commercial aquaponics farmer requires the technology information, plans, the permits, site preparation, the inspections, the ordering of the greenhouse and the thousands of small and large steps all of which are necessary. But once started on the site development and the assembling of the greenhouse everything …

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The Economics of Aquaponics 

The Economics of Aquaponics By Colle and Phyllis Davis, Inventors, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems The information in this article focuses on the economics of aquaponics. We explore the financial aspects as well as people’s desire to learn about the aquaponics technology that allows them to grow food year-round. PFAS LLC has offered our Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems for …

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Get Rich With One Acre of Aquaponics

GET RICH WITH AQUAPONICS ON ONE ACRE – by Colle Davis, Phil Estes and Phyllis Davis   GET RICH WITH AQUAPONICS WITH ONE ACRE OF AQUAPONICS but first, begin with one small aquaponics’ system to learn how to operate it and see if it meets your expectations. Even ONE 5×40′ MODULE that feeds eight people …

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Empty Shelves

Empty Shelves by Colle and Phyllis Davis What have you done to prepare you and your family if the coronavirus arrives in your area? Is your family protected, prepared and ready to ride out the coming pandemic? There will be more and more deadly viruses in the future as climate change increasingly impacts the growing …

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Basil is a High-Value Crop for Aquaponics

Phyllis Davis harvesting fresh delicious basil from Portable Farms Aquaponics System Basil – A High-Value Crop for Aquaponics by Colle and Phyllis Davis Basil is a high-value crop for aquaponics. It is enjoyed as a fresh-leaf herb on meats and vegetables, prepared in sauces such as pesto, or dried and used in many recipes in …

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The Commercial Aquaponics Farmer

The Commercial Aquaponics Farmer by Colle and Phyllis Davis To read more about Commercial Aquaponics: CLICK HERE. We encourage you to install one single 5 x 40 or 6 x 32 or 200 sq ft aquaponics module that feeds eight people. This will give you a chance to experiment with growing food and caring for …

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Hot Trending Investment for 2019: COMMERCIAL AQUAPONICS

Hot Trending Investment for 2019: COMMERCIAL AQUAPONICS – by Colle and Phyllis Davis Where can money be invested today that will give the investor a reasonable rate of return and more importantly assure a safe investment that will be long lasting and be selling product into a growing and insatiable market? Go through the list of …

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Rent a Greenhouse for a One Year Return-on-Investment

Rent a Greenhouse for a One Year Return-on-Investment– by Colle and Phyllis Davis Rent a greenhouse instead of building one for your commercial aquaponics system and get a one year return on your investment. In Southern California (obviously, a biased sampling) the cost to lease a greenhouse of 25,000 to 75,000 sq ft is from US$1,500 …

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Think Ahead for Winter Growing

The Happy Portable Farmer, Colle Davis (aka The Fish Whisperer), Inventor, with a single head of lettuce from one of his own Portable Farmsâ„¢ Aquaponics Systems that was grown in only 40 days. This is an unretouched photo.

Winter Growing in Aquaponics– by Colle and Phyllis Davis Yes, you can grow a variety of crops YEAR ROUND in aquaponics in acclimatized greenhouses if you install grow lights for use during winter months to extend the light of the day. In order to grow food you need six hours of direct sunlight per day …

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