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By Mattnem05 @mattnem05

Backyard Fish Farming - Aquaponics is a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture fish farming. It is a symbiotic relationship, where the fish waste becomes a food source for plants, and the plants in turn provide a natural filter for the fish. These managed ecosystems are becoming increasingly popular as a food source and groundwater has become increasingly polluted.

Home Aquaculture Backyard Fish Farming

A Backyard Fish Farming that has a good fish meal or fish, simple to integrate with hydroponics system is not so large as to cultivate a garden-fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers. Some farmer's backyard aquaponics is in the process of developing a framework that is sufficient supply of fish and produce for their families.

Aquaponics in Backyard Fish Farming is to be an important new part of the urban food production in the world's major cities- especially on the roof, on the wall and inside the building. This has become a new form of urban organic farming, with a touch of magic in the provision of more health promoting omega 3 oil, an essential oil that most human diet are needed. In modern aquaponics fish, molluscs and crustaceans are fed nutrients recycled food. Micro-organisms, the secret fish waste to grow food.

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