The best organic farming always is when you know how to use nature as it is.

As our knowledge of the harmful effects of agricultural chemicals grows, more and more farmers and consumers are rediscovering their organic history, returning to the methods of old, such as plucking insect pests and weeds by hand and hoe, and amending soil with natural fertilizers—compost. The joy in growing your own food is the joy in savoring its delicious flavor and in providing good food for others to enjoy. Discover how to rebuild your garden with an organic foundation and produce the vegetables, fruits and herbs that will nourish your family and the families of those who purchase your produce.
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Aquaponics: Break-Through Organic Gardening Secret

In the past several years, researchers from the University of the Virgin Islands have discovered and experimented with a break-through new way of growing plants organically. The process is revolutionary because with it your plants grow 100% to 50% faster, and you can grow up to TEN times the plants in the same amount of space. How does it work? Basically, it turns normal gardening on organic super-drive as it feeds rich ALIVE natural nutrients to your plants 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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In 2006-2007, the 'secret' slowly started to leak out and people started catching on... converting gardens and entire commercial farms to the system. If you had access to a source of knowledge that had the ability to increase your yield 10 times and reduce your labor by one-half, would you not want to take advantage of that resource?

Anyone who has ever spent time gardening in soil is aware of how much time and energy can be consumed in tending soil, weed control, watering, and nutrient supply.

Good aquaponics plans should include building material list and step-by-step building instructions that are easy to follow. As it is not easy to find a plan that meets all your goals and constraints, you often need to customize and personalize the designs. Hence, it is preferable that the aquaponics plans you purchase also provide a comprehensive guide to help you do so. For example, teaching you how to size your aquaponics system.

In addition to the basic components (media-filled grow beds and fish tanks), aquaponics plans should also include details of the filtration system, oxygen distribution system, pumping system, piping, fittings, tubes, cables and electrical works. Filtration system (or clarifier) is needed to remove unwanted solids from the water before flowing into the grow beds. This is important in preventing the solid materials from accumulating in the media-filled grow beds; else the growth of your crops could be hindered.

You will also need to choose a suitable aerator to ensure that dissolved oxygen is well-distributed in your fish tanks. Sufficient supply of dissolved oxygen is vital for your fish, plant roots and even the beneficial bacteria! The pumping system is also crucial for your aquaponics system as water needs to be pumped from the fish tank to the grow bed.

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“Aquaponics 4 you” written by John Fey, is dedicated to spreading information about aquaponics where you grows fish, fruits, and vegetables together without soil to as many people that are interested. The amount of land available for growth of fruits and vegetables has been diminished by heavy construction, increased populations, and the need for housing.

Taking the knowledge gleaned from the “Aquaponics 4 you” guide can lead to a significant reversal to crop growth problems worldwide as people learn to incorporate hydroponics and aquaculture together to form aquaponics gardening.

What you get with your John’s program is a step by step video on how to build your aquaponics system and put it to work. There is not a lot of experience required to get this system up and running while following the video showing how to do everything. A novice could easily do it with just a little time and effort.

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