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From Aquaculture to Aquaponics: The advantages of growing produce with fish waste

Aquaponics

Aquaponics can be defined as the symbiotic relationship between plants and fish. Combining the techniques of hydroponics (soilless crop production) and aquaculture (farm raising fish), this closed loop system creates an ideal environment for both the crops and fish. Here at Growers Supply, we have been experimenting with aquaponics for years, and we wanted to share some of the benefits that we have found from incorporating an aquaponics system into existing aquaculture and hydroponic farms. Read more

You’re Invited! – Growers Supply is Hosting Another CEA School

Pole beans growing from NFT channels.

At Growers Supply, we don’t want to simply sell you products. We think it is important to teach customers about the most up-and-coming trends in the agricultural and horticultural communities. Our first CEA School, which encompassed presentations and hands-on training for hydroponics, fodder production and aquaponics, was such a success that we have added additional dates this June! Please join us from June 18 to 20, 2013 to learn everything you need to know about the most up-and-coming trends in horticulture.

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