Category: aquaponics fish

Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 2 

Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 2 By Colle and Phyllis Davis  Read our Three-Part Series on Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 1 Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 2 Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 3   Marijuana flowering buds  ( cannabis), hemp plant. This second installation of our …

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Growing Marijuana in Aquaponics – Part 1

Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 1 By Colle and Phyllis Davis  Read our Three-Part Series on Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 1 Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 2 Marijuana Growing in Aquaponics – Part 3   One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is, “Can I …

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Buy a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System – Grow Your Own Food

Buy a Portable Farms® Aquaponics System Build, own and operate your own backyard aquaponics system.One module of Portable Farms Aquaponics Systems feeds a family of eight year round.Install twenty to thirty modules and sell the food you grow in a commercial aquaponics operation. To find out what is IN the Portable Farms® Kit and what …

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12-Month Aquaponics Gardening in a Lean-to Greenhouse

12-Month Aquaponics Gardening in a Lean-to Greenhouse By Colle and Phyllis Davis People are contacting us regarding 12-month aquaponics gardening in a lean-to greenhouse built next to their house. This article addresses the answers to their questions. The ideal location to for your aquaponics installation may or may not be where you want to build …

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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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Locally Grown Food is Fresher and More Nutritious

Locally Grown Food is Fresher and More Nutritious – by Colle and Phyllis Davis   To be considered a true locavore (one who eats only local food grown in season) requires defining ‘local’ in a way that makes sense to the person chasing the title. The current trend in MARKETING is to define ‘locally grown …

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