Aquaponics: Sustainable farming method in the fight against hunger
21 January 2019 | Rajinder Kaur | 2200 Downloads | .pdf | 257.3 KB | Aquatic plants, Environment and sustainability, India
Aquaponics is a closed-loop system in which the waste water produced from a tank of fish is used as fertiliser to feed a bed of vegetation. In turn, the plant life filters the water through its roots and the cleaned water is returned to the fish tank for reuse. Aquaponics is a form of integrated food production system in which the wastes from one production compartment are used as inputs for others.
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