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2022 Aquaponics Report

United States
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Theo Venter
Published Mar 11, 2022
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While vertical farming has no official definition, it refers primarily to space efficient
plant farming. Most vertical farms are practical and economical
in producing high-value crops in a controlled environment. So-called
“greens” (leaves of plants eaten as vegetables) are predominantly grown
in these systems. In addition, virtually all vertical farms use hydroponic or
aquaponic growing systems, also called soil-less systems. Since no soil is
used, it is much more space-efficient, easier to scale vertically, and more
straightforward to design and build.

Table of contents

Part I - Product Information

1.1 Cultivation and Production

1.2 Supply Chain

Part II - Aquaponics

2.1 Introduction to an Aquaponic System

2.2 Components of an Aquaponic System

  • Fish
  • Biofilter/Bacteria
  • Plants
  • Deep Water Culture
  • Nutrient Film Technique
  • Media Bed System
  • Water Quality and Balanced Systems

Part III - Global Status of Aquaponics

Part IV - Major Aquaponics Companies

  • Superior Fresh
  • Les Nouvelles Fermes
  • BIGH
  • Landcraft Agro

Part V - Sources

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