Tracing back the history, the Aztecs 1,000 years ago have been using raft to plant their crops and let it sit on the lake. The concept has been used again not until these days, where fishermen are trying to grow crops and plants with this method to keep them from being dependent to the land. Right now, it has become one of the best farm systems to use, especially that we are trying to restore the cleanliness of our environment. Many types of aquaponics are now being used based on the location of those who make use of it.If you’re going to know more about what is aquaponics, you’ll discover how the fish and the plants can help each other indirectly to survive. The wastes excreted by the fish in the fish tank are being processed by good bacteria in the water, and turns it into nutrients for the plants. Thus, if it is being supplied as water for the plants, it can grow healthier, with no side effects, unlike using the plant fertilizers which is filled with chemicals.

On the other hand, fish can also benefit from the plants. When the water from the fish tank is pumped to the grow beds for the plants, it is absorbed by the grow media and then goes to the pumping system and brings the water back to tank. However, the water now becomes cleaner, filled with nutrients and oxygen needed by the fish. Since plants can neutralize the water, the pH of it is just right for the fish to survive. Before the water gets to the fish tank, it must pass through a filtering system made from stones, gravel, pebbles, or other grow media.

The workload of aquaponics isn’t as hard as the traditional farming system. Much of your effort is only concentrated upon the first month, where you need to frequently check the ammonia and nitrite levels and pH of the water to make sure that both plants and fish won’t get stressed. By the time that the system becomes stable, you have now lesser work since you only have to check it periodically. Another benefit of aquaponics is that you don’t need to change the water. You only have to supply little amount of water for the water that has evaporated during the process. This is a good way to help conserve water, especially to farms that have limited water supplies.

Since this is an environmental-friendly technique of farming and fishing, it is the most ideal way to grow plants and fish at the same time. No need for fertilizers, chemicals and harmful pesticides. Sentry UV has been helping aquaculture and fish farmers for years grow their crops pathogen free and maintaining excellent water quality. As science improves making the environment better and creating healthier food while saving water you’ll find Sentry’s UV’s and products helping lead the way

 
 
This new GREEN product from Misty Mountain is their latest design to grow most all vegetable, herbs and food fish year round. They use the Sentry Aqua Guard UV as their holistic method pathogens that can kill fish and plants.This complete product takes up very little space and can be placed in the garage, basement, deck, or yard. It is environmentally friendly and provides fresh, organic vegetables and fish year round. Non-GMO seeds are available as well as the fish for this system.

This new design is the latest technology from Misty Mountain to solve the major part of the cost of food. This is ideal since most city communities do not have the ground space to grow a typical garden or grow food fish. Sentry is proud to be part of this new industry.

This complete system and the knowledge to operate is also available. It is also expandable and allows the user to advance to higher levels of food production. This system uses the fish to produce the food for the plants while allowing the plants to purify the water for the fish. It is as natural as it gets. This nature to nature method is a proven science that gives you fish, organic vegetables and garden-fresh food in your home for pennies a day.

For questions contact Misty Mountain at 800-493-0564 or mistymountainkoi@gmail.com for more information regarding this GREEN technology. Contact Sentry UV, Inc (800) 226-0820.