• About Russell Brook

    Out of passion and commitment, I've set up HomeAquaponicsSystem.com to encourage and help those who are looking to set up their own natural and sustainable food source.

    What Is A Biodome?

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    A biodome is a form of controlled, self-sufficient eco-system that closely replicates the natural outdoor environment. It is a scientific based form of a greenhouse that can made up of various geodesic spheres, although it’s not always the case. It creates its own water, nutrients and survives without any help from the outside. The...

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    What Is A Greenhouse?

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    what is a greenhouse

    A greenhouse is a structure or building where plants are grown. Greenhouses vary in size from small sheds to large industry-sized structure. Miniature greenhouses are known as cold frames. Greenhouses can be made using many different materials. The most popular are made of polythene or glass, and it’s also possible to find greenhouses made...

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    What Aquaponic Fish To Use

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    If you’re new to aquaponics, you need to be aware that you cannot just use any species of fish. Freshwater fish are the most common of aquatic animals raised using aquaponics, but you can also raise crayfish and prawns. There are a variety of species of aquaponic fish that serve different purposes, and it’s...

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    Top 7 Aquaponics Fish Species

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    When you’re deciding what fish to use for your aquaponics system, you must take into consideration whether you’re raising the fish to be eaten or simply just to correlate with your plants. To complement this article, we highly recommend you to see what the most useful fish care products are and also the top...

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    The Best Home Aquaponics System Guides

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    There are quite a few home aquaponics system guides available online, but how do you know which one to choose? Much of the information contained within a lot of courses are just too basic and written by people who haven’t invested the time and money to build an effective home aquaponics system. I’ve taken...

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    Aquaponics 4 You Review

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    There are only a couple of build-it-yourself aquaponics system guides that I would recommend, and Aquaponics 4 You by John Fay, a Certified Organic Farmer and Aquaponics Expert, is one of them. It’s a written manual and video that shows you the step-by-step process of building a simple and fully functional aquaponics system for...

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    Easy! DIY Aquaponics Review

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    When I was first introduced to aquaponics, I was astounded by the extremely expensive prices of aquaponics systems. It made more sense to build one myself instead. The Easy! DIY Aquaponics guide showed me exactly how to build an impressive aquaponics system for around $300. Our Rating: Click Here To Visit Easy! DIY Aquaponics...

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    How Does Aquaponics Work?

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    how does aquaponics work

    You’re probably wondering, “how does aquaponics work?”. It’s actually all quite simple. The above diagram shows in its most simplest form the process of aquaponics. I’m going to go a bit more in-depth and break down the step-by-step process of the entire system. The fishes are fed food to produce ammonia rich waste, which...

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    What Is Aquaponics?

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    Aquaponics is a combination of traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as fish and prawns in tanks) and hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. This is an environmentally friendly and natural food growing method that is sustainable because of its natural recirculating ecosystem which is to convert fish waste to plant...

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