About Urban FarmingWhy Choose Aquaponic Urban Farming?

During the past decade a series of trends have created a substantial and profitable market for affordable, local, safe, fresh, flavorful and nutritious produce that is currently underserved.

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Growing For The Community

In 2018 the costs for groceries increased at the highest rate since 2005. Many financial experts are currently forecasting significant inflation during the next few years. As food prices tend to be especially vulnerable to inflation consumers typically turn to less expensive food sources such as produce to feed their families.

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Conserving Energy

Compared to traditional farming methods, produce grown locally and hydroponically uses significantly less energy per pound. The Company’s vehicles will be either electric or hybrid which will also help save energy.

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Fresh Produce Daily

As the produce will be harvested only hours before it reaches the store shelves and chef’s kitchens, it will taste better and be more nutritious than what is currently available.

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Farming DistributionWe Cover the Whole Urban Aquaponics Specturm

Our ProduceFresh Flavors, Quality Produce

Aquaponics SystematicBroad overview of the use of aquaponic systems.

Why Use Aquaponics?Produce your own food for a healthier living

Healthier Produce

Rare types of tomatoes, peppers, onions, beans, peas, cucumbers, herbs and other produce.

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Urban Farming

Bringing to urban neighborhoods in the form of hydroponic greenhouses and farmer’s markets.

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Community

Farmers in California’s central valley, who grow most of the country’s vegetables, are abandoning their fields.

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Enviroment

Reduced the flow of water to these farms by 60% last year in order to protect wildlife, reduced the acreage that will be producing lettuce and other produce by roughly 50%

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Reproduction

United States Department of Agriculture reported dozens of outbreaks of e-coli, salmonella and other diseases in the past several years that, traced to contaminated produce.

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Consumption

The flavor of available produce is typically poor due to it being harvested and packaged days, weeks, before it is ripe. Grown on massive farms or greenhouses from hybrid seeds.

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INFORMATIVE AQUAPONICS

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Urban Farms

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Water Treatment

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Produce Circulation

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Top Chefs

Urban FarmersMeet Our Knowledgeable Farmers

FAQSCommon questions asked

Aquaponics has the potential to play a very important role for our future global food production. In modern times, it has become a way of life for many people as it enables growing food for oneself and the community.

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We’ve had four local organic farmers taste our aquaponic produce and all grudgingly admitted that it tasted better than theirs. Now that is not an exact indication of nutritional value, but it is telling. The organic strawberry grower in the bunch said our strawberries were “the best I’ve ever tasted”.

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Fish Species Suitable for Aquaponics System
  • Tilapia. Arguably the most common aquaponics species, tilapia are ideal candidates for the novice. …
  • Trout. …
  • Carp. …
  • Catfish. …
  • Koi. …
  • Perch. …
  • Bass. …
  • Crustaceans.

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Yes, pre-orders can be made in advance, as well as, aquaponic table leasing to secure your line of products you wish to stock, prepare meals, and serve to your customers.

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Urban agriculture, urban farming, or urban gardening is the practice of cultivating, processing and distributing food in or around urban areas. Urban agriculture can also involve animal husbandry, aquaculture, agroforestry, urban beekeeping, and horticulture.

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