Hi There! I am Reynan. I am 36. I used to be an employee and tied up with my 8 to 5 office Job. Me and my family are surviving at least though living from paycheck to paycheck. Then.. I realized it is not the kind of life I want to live. No time for family and stressed and so on. I know in a way or another you can relate with me or experienced being an employee and tied to your job helplessly.
So instantly I decided to quit with little or almost no savings and the fact that I have responsibilities to my family as well. For almost months now I am thinking what should I start to do. After hours of endless pondering, thinking and research online. I stumble upon this Farming system in which you can grow food indoors in a sustainable way. It is crazy you may say. That is exactly what I think when I first saw it in youtube. But slowly after I read and watch more and more videos and article about it. The system is proven scientifically and it is natural. They copied what is in nature and put in a smaller system without the need of Wide agricultural land, it does not use artificial fertilizer, no pesticides and uses considerably less water vs traditional agricultural methods.
I know it is still crazy but this is the future now. I want to be part of it and I want you to be part of my journey. Together.. let's hit the ground running.
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Below is a more detailed explanation of the system from an article online.
Indoor and backyard aquaponics combines the craft of hydroponic growing with aquaculture, the art of keeping fish. The water in which the fish live, along with the fish-produced waste, eventually ends up nourishing plants. It’s then recycled to the fish tank. The plants get the nutrients they need and the fish get fresh, recycled water.
In return, the savvy gardener gets organic vegetables for salads and fish for the grill.
This is the simplistic explanation of aquaponics gardening. In practice, it’s a balancing act that supports all its living components, including the microscopic life that facilitates the natural conversion of fish-produced waste into usable, beneficial nutrients for plants.
In an aquaponic system, the route from fish to plants is populated by a filter of beneficial bacteria that converts the fish waste — mostly harmful ammonia and nitrites — into nitrates and other nutritional elements that plants thrive on. The plants take up this natural fertilizer and return waste-free water back to the fish.
The cycle repeats, reusing the self-contained system’s water over and over again, once balance is achieved. It’s like learning to ride a bike. A steady, guiding hand is needed at first. Once the system gains equilibrium, it rolls on without much help.
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