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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.

A vertical aquaponics system is one aquaponics method that grows plants without soil in columns above a fish tank. This method is popular with aquaponics gardeners because it is a water-efficient and space saving way of gardening and fish raising. Growing vertically also lets the aquaponics gardener grow and produce twice the amount of plants as with the media-based aquaponics system of the same area.

 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.

Many aquaponics beginners are often confused by the need for filtration in their aquaponics system. Do I need to add a biofilter? It is one of the frequently asked questions in aquaponics. To answer the question, we wrote this article to discuss biofilter, what it is, and do you need to have one in your aquaponics system.

The Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) in Aquaponics is a method in which the plants are grown in a long narrow channel. NFT is a hydroponic growing technique that is adapted to aquaponics because of its simple yet effective design and works well in some environments.

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