The Simple Guide to Aquaponic Gardening

From Tiny Indoor Space to Lush Organic Garden

Non-Fiction - Hobby
48 Pages
Reviewed on 02/06/2017
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Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for Readers' Favorite

Have you ever wanted to grow your own organic vegetables? Do you lack the yard space, but want to enjoy fresh, homegrown veggies? The Simple Guide To Aquaponic Gardening: From Tiny Indoor Space To Lush Organic Garden by Augusta Sinclair is a step-by-step guide to building and creating an aquaponic garden in the corner of your home. Aquaponics is a unique system of water gardening, combining hydroponics with fish to create a practical home gardening method. By using fish as a helpful fertilizer, aquaponics is a complete system of its own. The book explains the science behind aquaponics as well as the importance of minerals, how to pH balance your aquaponics system, and even guides the reader through stocking their fish tank to their needs. Are you ready to start your indoor garden?

The Simple Guide To Aquaponic Gardening: From Tiny Indoor Space To Lush Organic Garden by Augusta Sinclair may be a small booklet, but it is overflowing with information on how to successfully grow and harvest organic, bug-free vegetables. With neatly drawn diagrams and easy to follow instructions on how to create a perfectly balanced eco-system of fish, water, and vegetables, this book is a must-read for those who desire to start their own aquaponics system. I was impressed with the amount of information within the pages of this book! By the finish, I felt like I had a handle on aquaponic gardening and was even thinking of trying it out. Never having heard of aquaponics, I believe that combining fish, vegetable plants, and oxygenated water makes a lot of sense. I loved the idea of creating a small ecosystem in which to produce organic vegetables and even home-raised fish.