Aqua Farm: Self Cleaning Aquaponics Garden & Aquarium

Jul 17, 2013

Category: Living

After a successful product launch with Mushroom Garden,  Oakland based Nikhil & Alejandro decided to continue their mission to inspire more people to grow their own food with their latest product – the Aqua Farm.

This Aquaponics Garden is a closed loop eco-system that is almost completely self sustainable (all you have to do is feed the fish). There is no need for soil or chemical fertilizers. The waste from the fish is used to fertilize the plants, and the plants clean the water – meaning you never have to clean the aquarium. You can grow all kinds of foods including organic beans, spinach, oregano, basil, baby greens and a whole lot more.  Check out the video below to better understand how the product works. The product was successfully funded through Kickstarter late last year, and can now be purchased directly through Amazon.

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