Aquaponics is a great way to grow herbs for medicinal or culinary purposes. With aquaponics, not only do your herbs grow faster, but they also have more flavor and aroma than herbs grown in traditional methods.
One of the most critical factors for a successful aquaponics system is the proper maintenance of the pH levels of the water in the system. Proper maintenance of the pH levels in aquaponics is essential but tricky because of the three main living components of the system, which are the fish, plants, and bacteria.
Getting started with aquaponics can be overwhelming, with so many books, blogs, videos, and approaches to building your system. It’s important to develop your own understanding of what aquaponics is and understand its basic principles so you’ll know how to start and maintain your aquaponics system.
Media Based Systems also called Flood and Drain” or “Ebb and Flow” are the most common aquaponics systems, popular with do-it-yourselfers, backyard home systems, and commercial farms. This system is well suited for growing larger fruiting plants as well as smaller plants.