The Harmony Aquaponic System

Product Highlights

  • The Harmony Home Aquaponics System is the perfect space-efficient solution for maximum food production right in your own home, year-round!
  • Our Harmony System consists of 2 media beds and a 125-gallon fish tank that is constantly circulating nutrients to your plants. 
  • The entire system is designed to be compact, easy to install and maintain.

About This Item

The Harmony Aquaponic System:

Product Features:

  • 83″ long, 40″ wide, 39″ tall (grow bed height) 99″ tall (with light rack)
  • Quick-Lock plumbing fittings make installation simple and fast
  • Easy Setup with our 3D assembly manuals – No messy PVC priming, gluing, or special tools required
  • Comfortable Waist-High gardening and No Weeding!
  • The system uses a low wattage pump.  Optional backup oxygen system can keep your fish alive during a power outage
  • Light rack is included so you can grow massive amounts of crops indoors!   Can also be used for trellising
  • Optional attractive exterior paneling options available
  • One year of priority system support included with your Harmony purchase

Components Included:

  • 125 Gallon Fish Tank
  • Powder-coated metal support stands for waist-high grow beds
  • Lightbar
  • Two Easy-Reach Growbeds and Growit! expanded clay media
  • All plumbing, fittings, and connectors
  • Water pump, air pump, airstones
  • Media guard for clog-free drainage

Startup Supplies Included:

  • Digital tank thermometer
  • API Master Test Kit to consistently track your water quality parameters
  • Startup Cycling Kit with beneficial bacteria
  • Aquaponic Gardening Online Course (5.5 hours of instruction)
  • 3D Assembly Instructions

About the Harmony Aquaponic System

The Harmony system offers 18 ft² of growing area, producing an estimated 400 plants/year!  Media beds are great for fruiting crops such as tomatoes and peppers, they’re are also great for growing leafy greens and herbs.  Annual fish production can reach up to 40 pounds of fish depending on the species, water quality, temperature, stocking density, and feed rates.  Other factors such as available light, temperature, humidity, pest control, and system management will influence your production.