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This article will discuss the nine essential pieces of equipment that every aquaponics grower should have to monitor and maintain a successful system. So read on to learn the top eight products you need to maintain your aquaponics system properly. 

Discover vertical aquaponics systems, and their benefits, and learn how they work. Get tips on building your own system and growing your own fresh produce at home.

This guide will provide an overview of yellow perch and what you need to know to raise them in your aquaponics system. From understanding the perch’s behavior to setting up and maintaining your system, we will cover all the essential information to help you grow yellow perch in an aquaponics system. 

 If you plan to install your own or purchase a complete aquaponics system, you probably know what aquaponics are and what benefits you will get. However, there are some very essential things that you need to consider first, for you to be successful. So we made these lists of the essential things that you need to consider in setting up your own aquaponics system.

Getting the right grow bed for your media based is critical to your system’s success, as it is one of the main components of a media based aquaponics system.

Fish health and care are critical and essential to the overall health and function of an aquaponics system. Keeping your fish healthy and free from diseases will go a long way towards ensuring that your system is running smoothly.
Light is a requirement for plant growth, and scientific studies have found the effectiveness of using artificial light on plants. However, many new aquaponics growers are unsure if fish also need light. This leads to the question, do fish in aquaponics systems need light?
Managing commercial aquaponics farm might be an enticing opportunity, but it requires detailed planning and understanding of your goals. This blog discusses everything you need to know about starting and managing a commercial aquaponics system
Commercial fish food can be bought anywhere, but knowing the alternative fish food for your aquaponics fish is essential if you want to save on your aquaponic system or in case commercial pelleted feed is unavailable
Fish diets can be manipulated to provide sufficient nutrients, and feeding schedules are designed to provide nutrients at the right level and time to complement fish, plants, and bacteria.This article looks at aquaponics fish feed and fish feeding and the best practices to serve as your guide to optimize fish and plant growth in your 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.
Algae growth is a common problem for aquaponics systems that can confuse new aquaponics growers. Algae growth is normal when raising fish, but it can get out of hand if preventive measures are not taken.

When the dissolved oxygen is low, fish, plants, bacteria, and other aquatic organisms will not survive, which will result in a failure of the aquaponics system. 

Traditionally, oxygen dissolution is done through aeration, introducing fine air bubbles in the water via air pumps. This article will share what you should know about air pump aquaponics, why it is essential, and learn more about the factors you need to consider in choosing the right air pump. 

Within an aquaponics system is a delicate ecosystem composed of fish, bacteria, and plants. For everything to work perfectly, each part of the system must be balanced and healthy. Fish are required to be healthy to produce ammonia that is converted by the bacteria into nutrients for the plants.

Water temperature affects not only the health of the fish, plants, and bacteria in an aquaponics system. It is also essential for the breakdown and uptake of nutrients and wastes. So in order to maintain a healthy aquaponics system, the water temperature must be kept in the range that is safe for the fish, plants, and bacteria growing in your aquaponics system. 

Aquaponics systems can produce plants that can be harvested quickly because of the continuous amount of nutrients that the system provides to the plants. But before you can add the fish and more plants into the system, it is essential that the beneficial bacteria which produce nutrients for the plants is introduced and established.

This article will share what an aquaponics sump tank is, how it works, and how to choose the right sump tank size for your aquaponics system if you need one. 

One of the first questions that come to mind to any aquaponic beginner is, does aquaponics really work? This question is quite tricky, but most if not all aquaponics systems produce optimal yield when they are properly planned and maintained. Here are some tips on what you can do to maintain the proper conditions of your aquaponics system for it to be successful and produce a higher yield.

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