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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?
A power outage can be a significant problem when it comes to your aquaponics system.

This article discusses the best winter plants for aquaponics systems and how to grow them successfully. 

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
Only natural or organic fertilizers should be added to aquaponics systems. Keep in mind that you have the fish to think of, and adding chemical fertilizers might affect the fish and other aquatic animals negatively.
Fish and plants, along with the bacteria, are the main components of an aquaponics system. The waste produced by fish is used as the source of nutrients for the plants to thrive. This article will discuss what fish and plants need to thrive in an aquaponics system for a successful and higher yield.
An aquaponics system is considered functional and established once system cycling  is done, the nitrifying bacteria is established, and there are no signs of fish stress and plants' nutrient deficiencies. One crucial factor that has a vital role in aquaponics system cycling is nitrate.
Tilapia is one of the most popular fish species raised in aquaponics systems. They are known as one of the hardiest fish that can survive in a wide range of water conditions. Caring for tilapia is relatively easy because they are low maintenance. However, while they are easy to raise and ideal fish species for aquaponics, there are factors you need to know in raising tilapia to be successful. 

Once your aquaponics system is set up and running comes the maintenance to ensure its success and the return of your investment. But how do you maintain an aquaponics system? Well, one of the great thing about aquaponics systems is that it requires less maintenance than the traditional growing methods because there is no weeding, fertilizing, and watering involved. 

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.

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. It is the foundation of your media based system and the place where plants are grown and nurtured. This article will discuss the necessary factors you need to consider in order to choose the right grow bed for your media based aquaponics system. 

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.

Aquaponics is gaining popularity these days, as many people are turning into sustainable and organic gardening. Imagine being able to grow your own food all year round in a clean, closed system with very little space and maintenance.

Planting in aquaponics can be very simple; you can treat it as you would a traditional garden bed in most ways. However, a little bit of knowledge and preparation can help make any aquaponics project produce exceptional results. So to help you become more successful in your own home aquaponics system, we offer these planting tips in aquaponics.
 If you want your aquaponics system to be successful for many years to come, then preventing fish diseases should always be your primary concern.
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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