Eat Well and Make Money with Aquaponics
Eating well and feeding your family through aquaponic gardening is a very attainable and earth friendly endeavor. In the future, it may become commonplace for every family to have their own aquaponics garden, where they grow their own fresh organic produce, instead of buying grocery store produce which is chemically enhanced, high priced, and goes bad quickly.
It is easy to eat green by producing your own food in its very own eco-system. Less labor, maintenance, time, money and gasoline make aquaponic gardening a terrific earth friendly, as well as, a wise economic solution.
Aquaponics combines aquaculture with hydroponics. Aquaculture is the raising of fish and other sea life, while hydroponics is the raising of plants without soil. Aquaponics uses fish waste, which is rich in nutrients, to provide food and growing power to your vegetables, fruits, and other plants. With a low, easily attainable startup cost, you can create an aquaponics garden to feed your family and provide yourself with a possible additional income.
You can make money with an aquaponics garden. An aquaponics garden is an easy way to grow organic produce even when it is out of season. Organic produce, especially if it is marketed cleverly, can be sold for a good profit. Since there is very little capital investment necessary to start an aquaponics garden, your profit margin can be high.
In an aquaponics garden, there is no cost for pesticides or fertilizer. If you use chemicals, you might actually hurt your eco-system. Harvesting an aquaponic garden is cheap and does not require much labor. The best part of this type of gardening is you can do this from your own backyard! Advertising your aquaponics garden with catchy road side signs, local newspapers, social networking, and a clever web site will draw attention to your produce and help you make money. Your cost to profit ratio will be greater than grocery stores that have to hire employees and purchase their products out of state. This means you will be able to price your produce competitively and thereby help market yourself effectively.Continued on the next page