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Aquaponics: Growing Power, 2009

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AQUAPONICS: GROWING POWER

 

Aquaponics is the symbiotic cultivation of plants and fish in a re-circulating system. This community-based urban food center in Milwaukee uses tilapia and perch to fertilize a variety of crops and herbs with this amazing system.

Imagine a garden where there's no more weeds or soil pests, no tilling or cultivating, no fertilizer spreading or compost shredding, no manure spreading or irrigating, and no tractor shed required. And yet, your plants grow abundantly, taste amazing, and are extremely healthy.