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This low-cost vertical aquaponic system can grow leafy greens, herbs and raise fish for a small family year round, and it fits in a 5' by 3' space. ...
Cut the pipe into six 1ft. sections for the sides and two 14in. sections for the ends. Drill two 3in-diameter holes in each of the 1ft side pieces. ...
Cut the vertical pipes to whatever length you like. The ones pictured are cut at different lengths, from 2ft to 4ft, to show what they each look like. ...
Perforate the bottoms of the plastic cups and place them in the holes you drilled in the side pipes. Cut a piece of 1in-diameter pipe to insert into ...
You can use two 50-gallon drums like these or any other kind of container that holds water for fish. You could even scale this down and put it ...
This is the assembled garden structure on top of the drums, seen from two slightly different angles. Adjust the structure's balance and support its joints with wooden boards. ...
These systems can scale up to commercial size, like this greenhouse at the Center for Sustainable Aquaponics.
This arrangement shows some of the creativity and beauty possible with an aquaponic system. There is a rocky waterfall into the fish tank and a drip-irrigation system watering ...
Sean Brady shows what these systems can produce. He's holding a trout here.
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