Aquaponics vertical grow systems are great for tight spaces
Ever wanted to try Aquaponics in your home, but just didn’t have the space? There is an answer to that dilemma, when you use available wall space and grow up instead of out. A vertical grow system can be adapted to fit into apartment buildings, balconies and small homes. It’s about using the space you have in a more efficient way.
In the January issue of the ASC magazine, Mark Kirkwood shared his experience on vertical growing. Here is what Mark said about the system he has designed: “Over the last year I have embarked on a journey that has led me to invent a new product that I believe has the potential to change the world for the better. I believe it is a God given right as a human to have access to clean air, water and food. Because of this I have created an indoor Aquaponics garden system that has the ability to feed 2 adults 80% of their vegetable diet. I designed it to be the size of a standard refrigerator so that people in the smallest apartments could have a real garden of their own.” Find out more here: http://aquaponics-how-to-guide.info/aquanewsletter/
Imagine being able to grow vegetables within your apartment, that would only take up as much space as a standard refrigerator! Add to that the ability to have the freshest produce at your fingertips. You will be able to save lots of money on your grocery bill and have vegetables that are free from herbicides and pesticides at the same time. As people begin to understand that our food systems are under attack, they are looking for ways to grow their own. Join our facebook community here: https://www.facebook.com/AquaponicsSurvivalCommunities
The great thing about Aquaponics is that it keeps getting better. Over the years the Aquaponics industry has evolved and is now on the cutting edge of new farming techniques. Aquaponics isn’t just for farmers though, it is for anyone who wants to improve their health and reduce their dependence on a food system that is stretched to the limit. Regardless of how little space you have, you can grow your own food, using a vertical grow system.