aquaponics kitchen herb garden

aquaponics kitchen herb garden

3 weeks growing aquaponics herbs fresh in the kitchen

6 Responses to “aquaponics kitchen herb garden”

  1. AquaponicsOrgaponics says:

    @JohnLeeMD Hi, no offense taken! If you google Hydroponics you will get about 10,000,000 results. Aquaponics will get you around 1,640,000 results. In the USA. 1/3 of all fancy lettuce is grown by Hydroponics. Almost 1/10 of table tomatoes in the USA. are grown using Hydroponics. But it is happening here and now and is growing at a more rapid pace than you can imagine. Within the next 15 years 75% of all strawberry’s will be grown by Hydroponics or Aquaponics and to a smaller degree Orgaponics.

  2. JohnLeeMD says:

    @AquaponicsOrgaponics No offense… I wouldn’t call it “big” in the USA. e.g. If you said aquaponics, most people would have no clue what you are talking about. Even HYDROponics isn’t what I would call big, and it’s certainly more popular than aquaponics.
    As I said, it seems to be one of those things that people say “should happen”, but never does.

  3. AquaponicsOrgaponics says:

    @JohnLeeMD Hi, Aquaponics is also big in the USA. It has become more popular as people are getting more educated on the crap that is starting to turn up at the supermarkets. People in general do not want or need GMO foods. It is not a fad, also people want to feed there family’s fruit and vegetables free of all the bad chemicals that are sprayed to make them grow. (“Aquaponics and Orgaponics are Organics at it’s best”)

  4. Weare001 says:

    @JohnLeeMD It’s big in Australia due to water restrictions I think. It uses far less water than a traditional outdoor garden.

  5. MJForeverKOP says:

    I think aquaponics is amazing. I’m in the USA and I’m in the process of setting up a system because I am tired of eating chemical and GMO foods. I believe it will be necessity for all soon.

  6. JohnLeeMD says:

    Why is aquaponics seemingly done Aussies? Is it something of a fad there? I’ve heard Australia has drought issues. Is this something that’s come on out of necessity? Or is this something that people HOPE will catch on, and are just starting to do because of that?

    Here in US, it’s totally a small niche hobby, by select few people. But I wonder whether aquaponics is more of necessity in AUS, or is it just another fad that people WANT to happen, but it never really will.

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