FREE: Aquaponics Information – A Gold Mine

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From time to time, Al Hodges sends me a collection of material that he put together from all over the internet in regards to Aquaponics.  His collection continues to grow.  If you are interested in Aquaponics, this information is a gold mine!

You can see his previous work here and here.  This time, I have placed his research on Google Drive where you can view it in the cloud and I have created PDF’s if you want to download it to your machine.

There is so much information here that I have not had a chance to go through it all.  If you find this information helpful drop Al a line here in the comment section.

Google Drive – In the Cloud
Anyone Should be able to view this.

PDF – Download
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11 thoughts on “FREE: Aquaponics Information – A Gold Mine

  1. Al Hodges

    Spread the word.

    I believe aquaponics will be the family level agriculture system of the 21st Century. Grocery chains use the produce department as the highest profit center of the store, as anyone knows from experience. This is one prepper plan that starts paying dividends within weeks.

    The monthly update of the above open source information is free. If this is of interest, send me an email address that can receive large files (e.g., not hotmail and not aol). Gmail is free and allows up to 25 MB in a message. Gmail also removes spam better than yahoo.

    Around the end of the month, you will receive a copy of “References for Aquaponics for Beginners” and PowerPoint files that prove pictures are worth thousands of words.

    Al Hodges
    San Diego, California
    mah92019@yahoo.com

  2. Nick

    Im going to use this informations this summer. just getting the stuff ready to start aquaponics. starting small for a 6 month+ trail system.

    Also the water from Air PDF is the same as the Mosquito Elimination PDF. they download the same file which seems to be mosquito elim.

  3. Dennis Nappi II

    Thanks for sharing. I’m actually on my way to the store to purchase supplies to start an aquaponics system. This concept can really make a difference in health, food availability and the environment. Thanks for the post!

  4. Charlie Dare

    Hi I have a question for Al Hodges as he done so much good research ~ Is there information re building these moduals ? ~ Re Growing Oyster Mushrooms . (These beautiful delicious and protein rich mushroom was grown using a proprietary system developed by Mike Duncan in Lake-fo-the-Ozarks Missouri. It was produced in ten days using a modular growing methodology called The High Tech Mushroom Growing System, (HTMGS))~ http://www.familyfishfarms.blogspot.com.au/?goback=.gde_4121735_member_185188600 ~
    Thanking you in anticipation as I,m not up with ze Dutch Hydroponics Industry that along with Phillips (Lighting Company ) that world leaders in intensive horticulture ~ Best regards ~

  5. David

    Is it possible to have a more natural (indoor) pond for the fish to live in? The standard are very utilitarian and seem an industrial way of producing food. If I were a fish I think I might prefer a few plants, some dropping insects etc. I appreciate that this will increase the variables, cause spikes and troughs of Ph, and increase workload.

  6. Sandra

    I am building a greenhouse and collecting the necessary materials now for an aquaponic system. Please add my address to your list.

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