Let us face it. Finding great agriculture produce is challenging. In desert regions, the soil is dry and water is scarce. On top of this, some growers use harsh pesticides that have chemicals to protect plants and we end up eating unnaturally protected or fertilized vegetables. Those who are a bit enlightened turn into imported organic products that are expensive, not available all the time, and less fresh because of their long-distance travel and storage conditions.
Would you believe us if we told you, there is a brilliant solution to all of this that is discovered in an ancient technology since thousands of years ago and utilized in one of the world’s first civilizations.
The solution to all of these issues is epitomized in one word: Aquaponics
It is believed that in Ancient times people had used nutrients from fish water to grow plants and vegetables. There is plenty of evidence in the ancient drawings that show how this was part of their agriculture system.
Today, Aquaponics is making a comeback, as we believe that it is one of the safest, cleanest and most-nutritious ways to grow vegetables. Aquaponics is similar to hydroponics in the way that plants are grown in water, and is grown in a protected environment that is free of pesticides. Aquaponics uses nutrients from fish that help the plants grow naturally faster and cleaner. As an added bonus, this technique saves 90% of the water used in traditional agriculture.