Over the years, we have designed, setup and tried/tested several methods of gardening including: Hydroponics, aeroponics, self-watering bucket systems, the Kratky method, etc. Each has their benefits and pitfalls.
Many people we ran into expressed an interest in what we do, so instead of saving my notes, experiences and information/resources on my computer and in a filing cabinet, I decided to share with others; and so Gail’s Aquaponic Garden was born.
I think you will find some valuable information here; especially the tips and tricks I note throughout my writings- they can save you a lot of time and money and hopefully keep you from experiencing the same issues we had throughout our growing pains. You might want to bookmark this site and visit us often as I update and add more from my notes often.
Check out our Online Shop area to see what items we are selling. I often end up with more plants, fish, equipment, etc. that we no longer have room to keep, so I periodically sell them to help cover the expenses of maintaining the greenhouse and it’s “residents”.
Throughout my articles/notes you may find links for recommended items these may be affiliate links to help me fund this website, greenhouse and all that goes with it.
Please know that when purchasing any affiliate products from these links, there are no add-on fees; they are the same price as if you bought them from the source without the link. Thanks in advance for your support!
Please bear with me as I add the notes, articles, videos, etc. that I use as resources for gardening. Even after running my aquaponics garden for five years I still find myself looking back at my notes and resources.
Because it’s the end of the year, I first built up the Shop Online area, which is still not complete. The other areas will be built out as I go through my folders and online files/links I had saved.
As of August 29th, 2019:
New Pages, Articles, Announcements, etc.:
Aquaponic (Aq~ua~pon~ic ) Garden:
a system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by farmed fish or other aquatic animals supplies nutrients for plants grown hydroponically, which in turn purify the water.
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