• Home Aquaponic Systems

    No Room for a Garden? Tired of pulling weeds? No time to Water your plants? Simply Aquaponics can show you how you can have your own Home Growing... Read More

  • Commercial Aquaponics

    Commercial Aquaponics is a much more advanced form of farming.  Large tanks of fish are fed by a rotating auto feeder.  The fish are harvested and sold, and the young are reared seperately. Read More

  • Aquaponic Instruction

    Learn the Basics of how Aquaponics works

    Attend our Next Farm Tour 3/7/2010 starting at 1:pm $2 a person,

    call for information (808)936-2015   

    ... Read More
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No Room for a Garden? Tired of pulling weeds? No time to Water your plants? Simply Aquaponics can show you how you can have your own Home Growing System that you never have to worry about watering or weeding. If space is limited, check out our Condo Ponics or our Custom Designs to fit in any ones space.

Home Aquaponics gives the average person that perhaps has no space for a garden, the ability to grow their own food.  Home Aquaponics is ideal for City dwellers as it relieves the notion that to have a garden or grow your own produce. Our "Condo Ponics" version of the Home Aquaponic Systems allows even Condo residents to have a small system set up where they are able to grow plants for their own personal use. This system is ideal for a patio, lanai or even indoors next to a window. 

Home Aquaponics gives the owner a sense of how Aquaponic Farming works and allows for further expansion while feeding a family. Expanding a home system can even provide food for a small urban community.

 Large Home systems can be established in a back yard or even a roof top.  Once set up, only a small amount of time is needed to maintain such a productive system. Daily care may include, feeding your fish, harvesting your crop, reseeding desired plants, and checking the overall condition of the system. 

The initial set up of the system will require a small added amount of care that may include, testing the water PH, testing the Amonia levels for the fish, and making sure the fish have enough oxygen.

Once a system is running and is balanced, very little care is needed, while experiencing the benifits of organically grown produce that you never have to water or weed.