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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Aquaponics — Integration of Hydroponics with Aquaculture (Summary)

Aquaponics — Integration of Hydroponics with Aquaculture


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By Steve Diver and Lee Rinehart

Published 2006

Updated 2010

© NCAT

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28 pages


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Introduction

Aquaponics is a bio-integrated system that links recirculating aquaculture with hydroponic vegetable, flower, and/or herb production. Recent advances by researchers and growers alike have turned aquaponics into a working model of sustainable food production. This publication provides an introduction to aquaponics with brief profiles of working units around the country. An extensive list of resources point the reader to print and Web-based educational materials for further technical assistance.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Aquaponics: Key Elements and Considerations
Aquaponic Systems
Organic Aquaculture
Evaluating an Aquaponic Enterprise
References
Resources
Appendix I: Bibliography on Aquaponics
Appendix II: Dissertations

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