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What is Aquaponics?

It’s an innovative growing method that combines two techniques: aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture involves raising fish and other aquatic animals, while hydroponics is the art of growing plants without soil.

Aquaponics uses less water than traditional agriculture, because water is constantly recycled in the system. Et comme il n’y a pas de sol, il n’y a pas de mauvaises herbes, réduisant ainsi le besoin de pesticides.

This concept can be adapted to any scale, from small domestic systems to large commercial installations, and can be used in a variety of environments, from urban areas to arid regions.

How does it work?

In an aquaponics system, the waste produced by the fish is transformed into nutrients for the plants through beneficial bacteria. These nutrients are absorbed by the plants, which help to filter and clean the water.

The water is then pumped back into the fish tank. This endless cycle generates a balanced, self-sustaining ecosystem.

Fish generate water pollution. A natural bacterial flora transforms this pollution into nutrients necessary for plant growth.

Thus, this technique combines aquaculture with the culture of plants in water. It is an ecological and natural way to produce food.

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In this symbiotic environment, water and nutrients are used and recycled to their maximum. This means we can produce healthy, pesticide-free products that are fresh, local and in season.

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