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Welcome to the Friendly Aquaponics Technical Support Blog!
The menu for the blog is the little green bar at the very top of every page of our website; it says: “Blog Home”, “Aquaponics Blog Categories”, “Greenhouse Blog Categories”, and “Business Of Aquaponics Categories”.
If you read these posts thoroughly and attentively, you will find that they contain all of the information we include in our Commercial Aquaponics DIY manual ($995), and in our Family Aquaponic Solar Greenhouse manual ($998). We are truly Open Source!
We made this blog so that accurate, comprehensive, and easy-to-use information about commercial aquaponics would be accessible to everyone, regardless of whether or not they can pay for it. We provide so much free information because we feel it’s our job to do so.
You’ll find information here that is higher quality, more accurate, and easier to understand and use than that contained in other aquaponics teacher’s $1,200 to $1,500 “commercial aquaponics” courses. And it’s free!
We have always included unlimited lifetime free support with our paid DIY packages and 5-day live trainings . This takes so much of our time, we can’t afford to provide it for free as part of this blog; no one could. So what we have done is provide you those manuals minus the free support. If you can read and follow directions carefully, you can be completely successful with no difficulties, and you will have saved a lot of money.
If you want the support also, we’re happy to provide it along with the appropriate package or training you purchase from us; and we’ll be there to answer your questions right away if you have unexpected results or problems.
Oh, BTW, our successful commercial aquaponics system designs work GREAT at smaller scales; we have information on tabletop systems, backyard systems, and BIG backyard systems here as well as info on commercial aquaponics. You can begin your aquaponics adventure with a system that is affordable as well as productive.
Please comment respectfully and thoughtfully; this blog is a vehicle for friendly conversation about aquaponics, not a place to get into arguments and push your point of view on others.