For those of us who’ve heard of “aquaponics” but need a refresher, this soil-less approach to agriculture relies on fish tanks and fish poop to provide nutrients for your plants, while the plants and roots filter and clean the water for the fish. It’s a sustainable, closed system that can grow veggies (and fish) year round.
How it works on a commercial scale is a whole different ballgame, but no worries, Anthony Mau will visit CTAHR virtually on December 21 @ 5:00 p.m. The CTAHR alum and expert in small-scale commercial aquaculture and aquaponics is ready to answer all of your questions – and help you get your aqua systems in order.
Register today. Read more about Anthony.