John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Aquaponics No Ka ‘Oi an urban aquaponics farm on 1/10th of an acre that produces 3000 heads of organic lettuce a month to sell to Whole Foods Market. In this episode, you will learn how productive Aquaponics can be in a standard suburban tract home backyard! You will discover the basics of how an aquaponics system works as well as how this family farmer built a DIY aquaponics system to create a small fortune growing vegetables as well as fish. You will also learn some of the tips and tricks this certified organic aquaponic grower has been using over the last several years since he put together his DIY aquaponics system to improve his harvests, reduce his labor and minimize his inputs to grow some of the best butter lettuce on Maui in the state of Hawaii. Finally you will learn why the farmer decided to grow aquaponically as well as John’s hints and tips on how to really boost plant health, production and taste of the crops that are being grown under ANY aquaponics or soil based farming system. Learn more about Aquponics No Ka ‘Oi Maui at: http://apnko.com/en/ Check out their YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/MauiAquaponics How to Build a solar powered IBC tote Aquaponics System CHEAP and EASY. BLOG: http://TheUrbanFarmingGuys.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/UrbanFarmingGuys Related PostsRobot Farm to Harvest 30,000 Heads of Lettuce DailyThe World’s Largest Indoor Farm Produces 10,000 Heads of Lettuce a Day in JapanUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TVBackyard aquaponics as self-sustained farm in (sub)urban LAMelons, Fruit Trees & Aquaponics – Backyard Farm & Aquaponic UpdateThe Green Wall Vertical Farm – How to Grow an Urban Food Garden – Kenya Sustainable Agriculture
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