The world of urban farming is coming to a suburb near you.
ATTENTION, CITY-DWELLERS: GROW YOUR OWN HERBS, VEGETABLES, AND FLOWERS WITH THIS NOVEL AQUAPONIC GARDENING SYSTEM.
Introducing the Aqualibrium Garden, an aquaponics indoor gardening system that uses fish to help grow healthy food.
Good news for all you aspiring urban farmers: there’s now a new way to grow a pesticide-free garden right inside your tiny apartment. Two law school students with a passion for renewable food sources and one aquaponics expert with experience in farming have designed the Aqualibrium Garden, an indoor method for cultivating food all year round.
The Aqualibrium Garden is a series of stackable chambers that functions as both garden and aquarium. Once the crates snap together, they create an aquaponic system for growing edibles at home. Aquaponics is a symbiotic system where water circulates from the fish tank below and up into the soil of the garden. The fish, snails, or crawfish supply nutrients (read: poop) that…
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