Principles of modern agriculture
Aquaponics is essentially a return to the roots, because in natural ecosystems everything is always connected to everything else. And in the same way, aquaponics also connects – the breeding of freshwater fish with the cultivation of plants on water. The feces of the farmed fish serve as natural fertilizer for the plants, and the plants then use their root systems to clean the water, which returns to the fish. The only input from the outside is thus food for the fish.
Hydroponics is a simple, modern and clean way of growing plants. All you need for hydroponics is a plant, a nutrient solution and a growing medium to hold the plant in a pot. The main advantages of advanced hydroponics include perfect control of plant nutrition, greater cultivation efficiency, and thus greater yields, lower risk of pests or plant diseases.
RAS (recirculating aquaculture systems) is ecological and sustainable fish farming with minimal impact on the environment. The main advantages of this system include high breeding intensity on a small area, elimination of external diseases, low water consumption and sustainable production not subject to climate change.