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- 18. 1. 2021
9 000 m2
1 500 m2
Indoor section for fish breeding
Annual vegetable production
Annual fish production
In the Brno district of Heršpice you will find the largest commercial aquaponic farm in the Czech Republic so far. The entire building is adapted for the year-round cultivation of various types of crops and the breeding of thermophilic fish. The farm area is dominated by heated greenhouses with vertical growing systems for various types of leaf, fruit and root vegetables. Of course, the farm also includes facilities for fish farming, which provide a valuable source of nutrients for cultivated plants. Solar energy will be used to the maximum extent possible for heating the greenhouses. By equipping greenhouses with modern roofing with high insulating properties, it will be possible to farm thermophilic fish all year round with very favourable energy costs. The products of the aquaponic farm are intended primarily for customers from Brno and the surrounding area.
Indoor sectino for growing plants
Seasonal outdoor plant
Indoor section fish
In the village of Kaly, north of Brno, we have built the most advanced aquaponic farm in the Czech Republic. Inside, you will find state-of-the-art technologies for combined freshwater fish farming and the cultivation of various vegetables and herbs without soil. The farm is used not only to produce the highest quality food all year round, but also as a research and teaching centre for our company.
At full operation, the farm produces 50 tonnes of trout and 45 tonnes of vegetables per year.
1 600 m2
3 800 m2
Greenhouse – plant farm
Planned fish production
Planned plant production
The first foreign project we have embarked on is in Slovakia, north of Bratislava. The farm will be built on a revitalized brownfield site, which we have adapted for the operation of the aquaponic farm. Senica will focus on the production of leafy vegetables, herbs, and breeding African catfish. We plan to distribute the food to the local market.