Aquaponics

Definition – What is the meaning of Aquaponics?

Aquaponics can best be details as a merger of common hydroponics and aquaculture. The two main components of aquaponics are: obtaining plant growth and concurrently raising hearty marine animals. This system is much supported on an array of live components to include bacteria and occasionally worms.

Extremely common in places like China, this horticultural technology has had a sustainable history due to its efficiency in growing plants.

Aquaponics explained by Bud Bionics

Some of the plants that are best suited to aquaponics are Lettuce, spinach, basil, watercress, herbs, and chives.

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