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Go Green Aquaponics Blog

Aquaponics is a sustainable gardening method in which a grower can grow fish and plants together in one recirculating system. However, whenever fish are mentioned in aquaponics, an unpleasant fishy smell always comes to people's minds.
Fish are an essential component of an aquaponics garden. They supply all the nutrients that plants need to grow. Although fish are easy to grow in an aquaponics system, they have specific requirements to survive and flourish. Choosing the right warm water fish for your aquaponics system is one of the most important decisions you have to make before starting an aquaponics system. 
Dissolved oxygen (DO) is one of the essential parameters for growing fish and plants and is critical to the bacteria that convert fish waste into nutrients for the plants.
This article will give you ten tips to keep your aquaponics system running strong all year round
Goldfish is an ideal choice for aquaponics, especially if you’re just starting out or have a smaller system. Not only are they inexpensive and will look great in your home, but they are also a hardy fish species that is easy to take care of.
Big on nutrition and flavor, microgreens can be expensive to purchase. But they can be grown cost-effectively at home through aquaponics. A do-it-yourself microgreens aquaponics system is simple to set up, rewarding, and sustainable. In this article, you'll know what microgreens are, the best microgreens to grow in an aquaponics system and how to get started with your own microgreens aquaponics system. 
One of the questions an aquaponics beginner often asks in planning to build their own aquaponics system is, what is the fish to plant ratio in aquaponics? There are determined ratios between the biofilter size, planting density, and fish stocking density for aquaponics. It is challenging to operate beyond these determined ratios without risking disastrous consequences for the entire aquaponics ecosystem.

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