Commercial Aquaponic Farming Systems - Drought Friendly
Livestock Fodder and Organic Product all from the Same Greenhouse
Don't think you have limited water. Aquaponics uses the same 2500L recycled over and over. Feeding plants or fodder on every cycle. Fish feed the plants.
AQUAFOD has the best drought solution ever seen in Australia. Commercial Aquaponic Farming Systems
A completely 'do-able' farming alternative source of income. Supply fresh organic fish and veggies to your regional, local community.
Uses only 10% water of any other farm growing technology to grow that all-important farming income.
Available In Custom Designed or Standard Complete Kits.
All solar powered.
LARGE SCALE COMMERCIAL AQUAPONIC FARMING
The Future of Organic Farming, 90% less water requirement or used than conventual soil farming. Fish which provide the natural biosystematic-nutrition are an added bonus in the farm's side-line sales. Regional community generally have fresh fish delivered once weekly, often frozen, with Aquaponic Commercial farming, Regional Communities have a daily supply of fresh fish, locally grown.
What are the different types of aquaponics systems?
These are the most commonly used type of aquaponic systems.
Media Filled Beds. Media filled beds are the simplest form of aquaponics, they use containers filled with rock medium of expanded clay or similar
Nutrient Film Technique (NFT)
Deep Water Culture (DWC)
No longer is the commercial rooftop farming an idealistic 'preppers, new age, nerd' concept. It's become the 21st Century future of food production, organic, non-chemical and fully sustainable long term, in any demographic climate. Millions of health conscience families and business entrepreneurs are discovering AQUAPONICS.
Livestock Fodder and Organic Product all from the same Greenhouse
May be added as the farm expands
Australia has dry lands, usually not suitable for produce farming. Now with Aquaponic Commercial Farming, even the hottest, driest deserts are waiting to be used profitably for sustainable food production and local community employment.
How Oman's first Aquaponics farm will help promote organic produce in the Sultanate
Prepared to be surprised, when you see what Oman have discovered and implemented across Oman to supply the first sustainable organic fresh fish and food supply. Previously 100% of all food was imported into Oman. Now Aquaponics are supplying huge amounts of fresh organic food security for Oman's population and business.
Al Arfan is the first-of-its-kind aquaponics farm in Oman that was recently inaugurated in Barka under the auspices of Dr. Fuad bin Jaafar Al Sajwani, the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries.