7 Reasons for Going Aquaponics Farming

Aquaponics integrating aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture has been practised in China for thousands of years and is the farming of fish under controlled conditions in a captive space. Hydroponics is the growing of plants without soil. The plants are grown and thrive with their roots immersed in water laced with plant nutrients. And what is…

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How to Build a Shed in a Weekend

You can’t survive without knowing how to build a shed! No matter the size of your back garden, you can always find space. Well it’s a necessity, right? Where are you going to store all your family’s survival gear? The kid’s bike? Your BBQ? But that’s OK because you can build one. How to Build…

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What is a Biotope and Why Should I Care?

The region of a habitat associated with a particular ecological community. What? Let’s take a journey along a typical tropical river system. The river starts in the rain forests, deep sluggish waters. And as the water starts it’s journey to the sea and crashes down into tumultuous mountain gorges, through huge freshwater lakes then into…

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Tropical Fish Tank

It all starts with fresh water Like us humans that need good air to live, fish need good water to survive in a tropical fish tank. And there are two aspects to this; the water chemistry and the water quality. Water chemistry is all about the amount of organic and inorganic substances in the water…

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Home Security Tips Take Action Today to Secure Your Home

Before you spend any time considering and spending any money on a wireless burglar alarm system, there are many improvements you can make to your home security using simple and practical anti-burglar devices. First, you need to think like a burglar. Home security tips Number 1: Take a critical look at your home security from…

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Aquaponics a Sustainable Food Source

Aquaponics is a food production system combining aquaculture and hydroponics in a symbiotic environment. Wow! Better explain some of that. A food production system: growing vegetables and rearing animals for eventual human consumption. Aquaculture: Fish farming. The farming of aquatic organisms like fish, shellfish and underwater plants. Hydroponics: Growing plants without soil. All plant types…

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