Hydroponics VS Aquaponics
Both hydroponics and aquaponics have clear benefits over soil-based gardening: lessened, adverse environmental impacts, reduced consumption of resources, faster plant growth, and higher yields. Many believe that aquaponics is a better option over
hydroponics when choosing a soilless growing system.
Here is a link for a comparison.
Aquaponics is a combination of aquaculture, which is growing fish and other aquatic animals, and hydroponics which is growing plants without soil. Aquaponics uses these two in a symbiotic combination in which plants are fed the aquatic animals' discharge
or waste. Space efficient, this idea provides food for your smaller orphanages as well as schools and homes.
We are grateful to have the blessings of Happy DIY Home to post their link to Aquaponics and how to create your own.
Hydroponics is a method of growing plants, without soil, that has been utilized for thousands of years. At first, it may seem contradictory to grow plants without any soil, but hydroponics is an intricate system that works better than the traditional method of growing plants in soil.