Andrew Endres has created a program that anybody can use to set up a symbiotic system involving fish and plants termed aquaponics.
Andrew Endres is the author and creator of Easy! DIY Aquaponics. Andrew grew up tending gardens as a youngster his whole life, and wanted a better way to produce the vegetables he loved. He is a family man now as presented by his video with his daughter.
The primary reason why Andrew set out searching for other ways to acquire fresh vegetables was the cost at the grocery store. He also knew from growing up in backyard gardens, that he didn’t want to go in that direction either.
He described how they had to till the dirt, add fertilizer, and about the constant fight to keep the weeds out which he said was virtually impossible. I can relate to that having lived on a farm and having a big garden myself.
Andrew talks about how he missed having a garden and the fresh vegetables that came with it. Since he had a full-time job and a family to take care of, he just didn’t have enough time to put into a garden. And once he relocated to a place in the country where he did have space, the ground was mainly shale rock and he couldn’t have a garden in any case.
He soon spoke to a friend who had become aware of a way to grow plants using fish that fed the plants with their waste, and the plants, in turn, gave the fish clean oxygenated water.
He loved the system as it entailed no soil which removed the weeding and digging. The water was recovered so it used 80 percent less water than an ordinary garden. The plants grew quicker and gave him greater returns. He also did not have to bother with bugs and pesticides.
He goes on to illustrate how aquaponics eliminates the disadvantages of aquaculture and hydroponics and integrates them into one easy to manage process. Because soil is not being used the roots do not have to dig looking for nutrients and they also require less area.
Aquaponics was started in the 1970’s and has been streamlined and fine-tuned to the point that virtually anyone can build an aquaponic garden at their home.
The best part of an aquaponics system is that it is automated. All you have to do is feed the fish, check out the water’s chemical makeup, and ensure the tank has water in it.
Andrew ran out to build his aquaponic system as soon as possible but ran into a few problems along the way. The stuff he discovered either seemed cheap or didn’t have very good instructions so he went and researched about purchasing a kit. The best kits online were around four to six thousand dollars and the cheaper ones were still around two thousand.
Having found that even the least expensive kit was not within his budget, Andrew then headed out and built his own efficient, economic, high-quality aquaponics system for about 300 dollars.
He soon had friends who wanted directions on how to build one, but he didn’t have any directions or plans that showed everyone how to assemble one themselves. That is how Easy DIY Aquaponics came to be.
Andrew has created a simple to learn about program that produces a great resource that everybody should have. If you are exploring getting an aquaponics system, then Andrew’s Easy! DIY Aquaponics is just what you are looking for.
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