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8 Commonly Used Aquaponic Fish

June 3, 2014 | 1 Comments

A variety of aquaponic fish can be used in aquaponics operations. Which type of aquaponic fish one should choose for his or her system depends on practical matters such as water temperature and pH, as...

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Remember Victory Gardens? I do… Well, from high school US History class, I do. Remember how they provided approximately 40 percent of all U.S. vegetable produce during World War II? Remember how the government declared...

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4 Common Ebb and Flow Hydroponics Mistakes

April 29, 2014 | 1 Comments

The ebb and flow hydroponics system is one of the most popular, largely due to its simplicity, versatility, and efficiency. However, with the simplicity of building and maintaining the system comes the potential for several...

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As population continues to grow exponentially and the Earth’s natural resources (including space) continue to be depleted, it’s essential that agriculture grows up, rather than out. These four commercial vertical farms are blazing the trail...

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It’s the 21st Century. We’re all connected. It’s absolutely the norm at this point for information to travel across the world in mere seconds. Therefore, it only makes sense that a hydroponics system should feature...

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Essential Nutrients for Soilless Growing

April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hydroponics is no different from any other form of agriculture. It is essential that your plants are receiving enough nutrients for soilless growing to grow and stay healthy. Generally, pre-mixed nutrient solutions can be purchased...

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When it comes to soilless growing methods, most that are familiar with hydroponics are also relatively familiar with aquaponics. However, there are two other notable methods that we at PowerHouse Hydroponics think readers should be...

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