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What Is Aquaponics?

Aquaponics is the combination of Aquaculture and Hydroponics. Hydroponics requires expensive nutrients to feed the plants as well as periodic flushing of the systems which can lead to waste disposal issues. Re-circulating aquaculture needs to have excess nutrients removed from the system which can ordinarily means that a percentage of the water is removed on a daily basis. That nutrient rich water then needs to be disposed of and replaced with clean fresh water. Aquaponics allows you to produce fish and plants in the one system with a large reduction in water use.

Applying companion planting in your aquaponics garden benefits not just to plants but the whole system. This article discusses the best companion plants for aquaponics to guide you in growing your favorite crops in your aquaponics garden. 


Aquaponics is the cultivation of fish and plants in a re-circulating environment. It utilized the beneficial bacteria to convert fish waste into plant nutrients.

Growing houseplants in your aquaponics system can be a rewarding experience with benefits to your home and health. House plants can help purify the air in your home and add colors and fragrances to your place while making it look lively.