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Garden Aquaponics

Garden Aquaponics can provide you with a great deal of fruit and vegetables and delicious seafood, they’re ideal for any kind of home and any age group. The first thing you will need to know about aquaponics is that it combines the principles of aquaculture with those of garden hydroponics, thus resulting in a new and highly effective way of growing plants and fish at the same time. With a tank of no more than 20 square feet and some netted pots you will be able to grow enough plants to supply your entire family and sometimes even gift some…

The Different Aquaponics Systems and How They Work

Depending on the kind of aquaponics system that you have or choose to have, they all have their own differences but basically work the same way which makes them all aquaponics. The main concept in an aquaponics system is that the fish waste becomes the food of the plants and at the same time, in this process, the plants filter the water for the fish. This way, they co-depend on each other and make each other’s environment livable.

Aquaponics: How to Deal With Common Problems

How to deal with problems in aquaponics? With the internet, aquaponic farmers from all over the world are now able to share their knowledge and experiences with one another as well as to the newbie who need some guidance and advice. It’s a good thing that, in this day and age, when you encounter a problem all you have to do is go to the computer.

What Exactly Is Aquaponics?

To address the problem of both hydroponics and aquaculture, aquaponics was developed. Instead of emptying the polluted water from the fish tank into water streams, it is being used to feed the plants therefore there is no longer the need to feed the plants with man-made chemicals. Likewise, the plants filter the water to give the fish clean water.

Weeding Is Part of the Home Vegetable Gardener’s Experience

Weeds are simply plants that are growing where the home gardener would rather they weren’t. Lamb’s-quarter isn’t a weed to someone who picks it to include in a salad, but it certainly is to the homeowner who sees dozens of plants popping up throughout the perennial border. Truthfully, if you want a good-looking yard, it’s impossible to take a live-and-let-live attitude toward weeds. Weeds are interlopers (some are outright bullies) that crowd out the good plants by taking over their space, competing with the plants for sunlight, and stealing the moisture and nutrients.

Aquaponics Basics: Plants and Fish

Aquaponics yields two main crops: Fish and Produce. This article discusses some of the basics to keep in mind so that you can avoid problems with your fish and produce.

Unique and Versatile Ways to Garden

Container gardening is a unique and versatile way for anyone to garden. Growing flowers or vegetables in whatever space you have is a great way to add a spot of color to your home or patio. Watching the plants grow and bloom or produce something edible adds fun and enjoyment without the hard work of a traditional garden.

Grape Vines Phenology and Stages of Growth

Grape vine scientists, Viticulturists, call the predictable steps of vine growth as the Phenology of Grape Vines and it means that the cycle of the plant’s growth has a number of discrete steps that are repeatable and always in the same order. These steps go one after the other every single year and their timing is regulated by the sun’s radiation and its heat.

Planting Ideas for Spring Containers

March brings the promise of spring but the garden at this time of year can still be drab and devoid of much colour. Simple early spring containers are a great way to brighten up a patio or provide colour when placed in a bare border. This time of year you can either spruce up pots containing winter bedding by removing dead or tired looking plants and replacing them with new ones, or start from scratch with a mixture of evergreen plants, spring bulbs and bedding plants. Here are a few planting schemes you might like to try.

Dividing Perennials and Taking Basal Cuttings

March is a good time to take stock of your herbaceous borders by rejuvenating large, tired clumps of perennials and increasing your plant stock. The borders in your garden will have just started to show new signs of life during this month so it is easy to see exactly what plants you have and which ones need some attention. Plants can be expensive to buy and it may not always be easy to find the exact variety you want, so an easy solution is to make some new ones yourself. Here is a quick guide lifting and dividing perennials and taking basal cuttings.

Organic Food and Fresh Fish From Aquaponics: Easy Way to Go Green

Aquaponics is an easy and cost effective way to produce organic food and fresh fish while you are going green. This system utilizes waste and turns into benefits!! Here is details on Aquaponics for you.

Starting Seedlings Like the Professionals

Last year, while shopping for seedlings, I saw a worker at my local nursery up-potting seedlings, from a tray with small cells, into six packs. He had a tool he pressed into the six pack dirt that left square holes in each cell that just fit the block of soil around each seedling. The seedlings were still small, but seemed to have at least 2 true leaves, in addition to the seed leaves.

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