Added by on 2018-08-29

John from visits Austin Aquaponics to share with you how they are growing using aquaponics system on a commercial scale with and without fish. You will discover the different areas of the farm and how different bioponic systems are being used to grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. You will discover the role the fish plays in an aquaponic system, as well as some of the organic and natural supplements that are being used to supercharge this world class aquaponics system to grow the best tasting, nutrient dense food for the Austin, Texas community. In this tour style episode, John you will see the fish tanks, the gravel beds, the raft beds, the fishless aquaponic beds as well as see the stores of organic amendments that are being used to grow top quality food. You will also see the area of the farm used for classes to teach locals as well as some sample aquaponics systems that any homeowner can set up at their home to grow food with or without the fish. Finally, John will sit down with Rob Nash, the aquaponics farmer, and live-strong aquapon who will share his ideas about the future of farming and its NOT aquaponics! Rob will also admit that growing in soil is easier than growing in aquaponics and the secret nutrients that are required to grow top quality aquaponics food for you, your family and your community. Learn more about Austin Aquaponics at: Check them out on facebook: Subscribe to Growing Your Greens: Follow me on Instagram: Related PostsPee Pee-ponics experiment results- hydroponics without the chemicals, aquaponics without the fish.Aquaponic Farm with Fish & Vegetables at a Former Meat Packing Factory at Plant ChicagoEndless fish & vegetables with aquaponics : Prepper Fest ArizonaHydroponic Farm Grows 350 […]

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  • James Fadden 6 months ago

    This isn't aquaponics this is hydroponics you need waste produced by fish for it to be aquaponics.

  • Stephen H 6 months ago

    The fish died and they needed to figure out how to feed the plants. Worm castings.

    Fixed your 30 minute video of infomercial rambling into the ONLY part of the video where you talk about Anything related to the title.

  • Preston Newcomb 6 months ago

    Big yellow joint, everbody's down at the big yellow joint. Nice shirt.

  • Papa Pepper 6 months ago

    I love what you said about having a childlike mind and experimenting. I'm always trying new things and love that approach! Keep it up!

  • 09NicholasB 6 months ago

    JOHN!!! where did you get that shirt from that is I love that show arrested development!

  • Charm Lor 6 months ago

    Very informative but slow down, take a breather and go easy on your voice. You're throwing a ton of information but it's useless trying to follow you when you're going that fast. Almost seems like you're trying to do an infomercial.

  • Enigma Cipher 6 months ago

    Is it just me or does he sound like he is high as hell in this video?

  • Caleb Ayres 6 months ago

    look at that tree kale! "Kalezilla"!

  • John Bsys 6 months ago

    Great video one of your best i kinda figured some one would hone in on raising food without the fish soon.

  • Wil Morris 6 months ago

    How does adding nutrients affect the water quality as it cycles back to the fish tank?

  • Bobby Burns 6 months ago

    Aloha so cool.

  • Ihate Google 6 months ago

    Sorry bro can't subscribe to someone that dumb. That's hydro.

  • Michaela Morris 6 months ago

    Can chicken poop be used instead of work castings

  • servcetech81 layton 6 months ago

    Aquaponics na hydroponics

  • servcetech81 layton 6 months ago

    Just wondering why you don't dabble in aquaponics

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  • Todd Woodworth 6 months ago

    fish are part of nature. i only add fish food,water,chelated iron,and sea salt to my system.
    And dont forget the fish are food also. There is one thing i am missing Shrimp. My system will be complete then. (fish poo feeds the shrimp)

  • Kris Wade 6 months ago

    Where can you purchase these industrial Deep Water Culture Reservoirs?

  • sjh7132 6 months ago

    You're wearing a tee shirt in the middle of winter. Basil growing isn't that impressive. Try it in Wisconsin, or Colorado.

  • Tony D 6 months ago

    John you're the man