Small to Med/Large commercial aquaponic systems. Growing fish and vegetables or fruits together without chemicals. Totally non-chemical, organic sustainable food sourcing using minimal water supply.
Photos courtesy of Nelson and Pade, USA
You will find industrial aquaponic farms., in Canada, Mexico currently in Australia and some other nations, however, as of today, the whole number of commercial ventures is rather small. The use of industrial aquaponics is growing exponentially since advanced entrepreneurs realise local food production is a profitable venture that's seriously important to food-safety and accessibility. Aquaponics enables a grower to provide local, fresh, premium quality fresh vegetables and fish year round!
Commercial growers utilise a greenhouse to protect fish and the plants from pests and environmental conditions. At a greenhouse, floor area has to be maximised to cut prices and boost production.
STRAWBERRIES WITH SUPER EASY HARVESTING
GROW ANYTHING BY SYMBIOSIS IN AN AQUAPONIC SYSTEM
NO WORRIES ABOUT STORM DAMAGE IN GREENHOUSE GROW SHEDS
Food Chain Aquaponics
Food Chain is a neighbourhood company situated in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. This video discusses aquaponics at the Food Chain. Food Chain is a local business located in Lexington, Kentucky
Commercial aquaponics enables the organisation to concentrate on both industrial farming for distribution to markets and outlets, and also allows for the special operations of the Organic Café. Tourists enjoy the opportunity to eat out of the encounter.
Photo courtesy of Manna CEA farms, South Korea