No matter where you live, you can benefit from AquaGrove, offering quality produce and fish...right in your own home!
Today's diners seek healthy and fresh products. With AquaGrove in your restaurant, you open the door to an entirely FRESH market.
AquaGrove is a year-round teaching aid students will love, offering practical knowledge, combined with plenty of hands-on interaction that makes learning fun and enticing.
Off-gridders seek the self-sufficiency and clean living that AquaGrove offers, providing healthy food that's consistent with the resource-saving off-the-grid lifestyle.
AquaGrove's patented thermal tank technology is one of the key advantages to our design. Maintaining proper temperature control for growing vegetables and raising fish is of the utmost importance. Combined with top of the line filtering and bubbling technology, AquaGrove stands above all other aquaponics systems.
All produce and fish that you buy in the store has been treated with chemicals somewhere along its journey to your table. With AquaGrove, there are no harmful chemicals used so you are eating only the freshest food.
Any homeowner – from the urban dweller to the suburbanite to the small farm owner - can enjoy keeping an AquaGrove system or two in their residence. Space is no barrier to operating an aquaponics system; even those who live in small apartments, mobile homes, or other tiny spaces can grow their own healthy, organic food via an aquaponics system.
The advantages of producing one’s own food are many. At the forefront is the opportunity to provide you and your family with healthy fish and produce that’s free of chemicals that threaten human health. You control the environment so you know the food your harvesting is the best available.
These systems also offer quality produce and fish without the hassle of traditional methods. Consider standard soil-based gardening, for example. Tending to a garden requires repetitive, time-consuming, energy-zapping tasks such as weeding and watering. With aquaponics, there’s no more bending over and kneeling on the hard ground to tend to plants. The plants growing in an AquaGrove system require far less attention and tending to them is a breeze. Plants also grow faster and produce a larger yield.
Water usage is also substantially lowered when growing plants and fish via an aquaponics systems. That means money saved on municipal water costs. In addition, individuals or families who grow excess products can offer it for sale, providing another source of income and another reason to consider AquaGrove.
Clean, healthy, organic products grown locally. That’s what today’s savvy foodie seeks. Without a doubt, the farm-to-table movement is bigger than ever and many restaurants – even urban hot-spots – have planted their own gardens for harvesting produce and herbs to give diners the best tasting, freshest options available. And they’ve been rewarded for their efforts with rave reviews and bigger crowds.
Now, offering such options can be even easier than planting a traditional soil garden. When restaurants adopt the use of efficient aquaponics systems like AquaGrove, they get clean, healthy plants and fish produced by a system that also offers cost-saving benefits to restaurant operators.
Though an aquaponics system is water-based, users actually reduce their reliance on water and use far less over the course of a year. In addition, aquaponics has been proven to produce a yield up to four times denser than that of traditional soil-based farming and about twice as quickly, too. That means more food at a lower cost in a shorter amount of time!
AquaGrove also offers extreme versatility. Aquaponics systems can be placed just about anywhere and, with proper care, will thrive successfully. That means restaurant owners can make use of that extra space in the basement, that rooftop greenhouse, or can even place the systems in a spot where customers can enjoy observing the process.
There’s lots of hype about STEM subjects in our schools, and educators are encouraging today’s students to take the study of science, technology, engineering, and math seriously, noting the benefits that students will have as they grow into college students and then adults in the workforce. But it’s not always easy to engage students in those subjects. It takes clever tools to get the job done.
When there’s an AquaGrove system in the classroom, science and other related subjects become much more interesting and, as a result, students learn more quickly and efficiently. Aquaponics provides the classroom with – quite literally – an ecosystem in a container, allowing students to study any number of scientific principals in action…right before their eyes! With AquaGrove, concepts in a variety of scientific fields – biology, chemistry, environmental science and ecology, engineering, physics – can be taught through various tasks that will keep students engaged.
Students also learn the particulars of caring for living organisms and teachers can craft lessons in responsibility and teamwork to go with those concepts. Even the youngest learner can be taught what it takes to sustain the lives of plants and fish, and their efforts will be rewarded by means of the food they harvest throughout the school year and a greater understanding of healthy eating and living.
Furthermore, studies show that hands-on learning is that which the student remembers most. Participating in aquaponics includes plenty of opportunities for interactive learning, and offers much more excitement than a lecture or educational video, regardless of the age of the student.
Living off-the-grid represents a dedication to clean and efficient living without wasting natural resources. Off-gridders have a deep passion for the world in which they live, forgoing things that leave a carbon footprint on the environment and choosing, instead, a way of life that is less intrusive on their ecosystem.
That’s why AquaGrove is such a logical choice for those who have adopted an off-the-grid lifestyle. Aquaponics systems like AquaGrove provide access to fresh fish and plants in an environment that insures a healthy result, and these clever systems can even function without being hooked to the electrical grid or by accessing public water. Many off-gridders already enjoy the self-sufficiency that aquaponics offers and do it by tapping into good, clean solar or wind energy to make the system work.
In the correct environment, aquaponics can also offer year-round, home-grown food that’s free of chemicals that can impact human health. By using a greenhouse or other climate-controlled environment, off-gridders will enjoy fresh, clean fish and produce regardless of the weather.
Aquaponics also help off-the-grid individuals or families avoid frequent trips back to civilization. Systems like AquaGrove provide larger plant yields and plants that grow quicker than those cultivated in a soil-based environment. That’s efficiency at its finest, which is consistent with the off-the-grid way of life.
Save money by creating your own harvest of fresh, healthy vegetables and fish for your kitchen.
Eliminate harmful toxins that are in your food by being in control of your own food supply.
Our system is perfect for individuals living in remote areas or with harsh winters.
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Fresh and Clean. That's what AquaGrove represents. Too often, foods we buy in stores have been saturated with chemicals to slow down or speed up the ripening process or have been sprayed with pesticides that cause severe health risks. AquaGrove is a sustainable solution to introduce non-toxic and fresh produce or fish to your family, friends or customers.
AquaGrove sets itself apart from other systems because of some key features and patented technology.
With only 2 people required for setup, you can have your new AquaGrove system up and running in less than an hour.
Utilizing Power Panel’s thermal tank technology allows for consistent water temperature control in most environments.
From textures to colors, you can select the look of your system, right down to having your company logo printed on it.
Your system is expendable to handle multiple growing tanks that will run from one single fish tank.
Aside from keeping your harvest trimmed and picked, AquaGrove requires very little maintenance.
With a 16 square foot growing bed, AquaGrove has the largest growing area of all systems available in the same price range.
Compared to competitor systems, the efficiency that AquaGrove runs at, it has a minimal effect on the environment.
If you plan on having AquaGrove outside, you can easily add a set of solar panels to operate all the filters and pumps, off-the-grid.
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FISH - Standard math is 1lb of fish per gallon of tank size per year. Our tank is 150 gallons so approx. 150lbs of fish per tank per year. Keep in mind this is pounds of whole fish - fillets are about 1/3 of this.
VEGETABLE - Standard math is 30-50 heads per sq ft of grow space per year of lettuce or other leafy crops. Could also be a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, beans, or cucumbers. Our grow space is about 16 sq ft so 480- 800 heads of vegetable per year.
7 feet tall and 5.5 feet in diameter.
150 gallon tank and 16 sq ft grow bed
Tilapia, Koi, Prawns
Lettuce, Peppers, Micro-greens, Cucumbers and more
No. From set up to harvest, AquaGrove is simple to use and requires minimal experience, knowledge or maintenance.
AquaGrove customers range from residential in-home customers that have a system in their garage, basement or shed, to educational facilities using our technology to help teach students about a healthier food alternative.
Sustainable-living. It's one of today's most popular buzz words. With concern for the health of the environment, more and more individuals the world over are paying close attention to reducing their use of the earth's natural resources, and to lessening their carbon footprint, by changing the way they live their lives.
There are many ways to practice sustainable living and to reduce the pressure we've put on resources such as our water supply, soil, vegetation, and - of course - fish and animals. Many individuals go "off the grid" and convert to a lifestyle that includes things like using solar or wind energy or harvesting rain water rather than tapping into municipal sources. Others look for small but useful ways they can contribute, like riding a bicycle instead of driving a gas-guzzling vehicle.
Aquaponics figures well into the needs of those who wish to practice sustainable living, whether they're living off-the-grid or simply wish to do their part in conserving natural resources.
Aquaponics - as the name suggests - is the blending of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics (growing plants without soil). It's a system that eliminates many of the problems associated with traditional soil-based gardening and the more common recirculating aquaculture.
Aquaponics is a cyclical system in which one element assists the other so that fish and plants can grow in one integrated system. Simply described, the fish produce waste and that waste is converted by microbes and worms to a fertilizer for the plants. In return, the plants filter water that's then returned to the fish. Hence, all in the same space, plants and fish are thriving together - thanks to each other.
Soil-based gardening is a hobby for many but has several notable drawbacks. First of all, it requires that one develop an in-depth knowledge of how to sustain plants, shrubs, vegetables, and flowers. It's also taxing on the body - lots of bending and kneeling - and just a few hungry animals or unwanted pests can destroy a beautiful and healthy garden in a hurry. In addition, it also requires heavy use of water and fertilizer.
With hydroponics, these common concerns are eliminated. However, traditional hydroponics can also be complicated and relies on expensive, man-made nutrients to survive. Conversely, aquaponics requires only inexpensive fish food or food that you're growing yourself. You'll also never need to replace water in an aquaponic system; you'll only need to allow for refilling due to evaporation.
Similarly, with traditional aquaculture systems, water must be discharged once it becomes polluted with fish effluent, which produces ammonia. This water is then pumped into waterways that, as a result, become polluted as well. Additionally, fish in these systems often become diseased and are treated with antibiotics, which is then passed on to the consumer. With aquaponics, disease is rare and water never has to be discharged.
Truly, anyone can take a stab at aquaponics, from the city dweller who wants to eat healthier to the family who lives far from civilization and needs a reliable food source to the small farmer who is in search of ways to save water and other resources.
Interestingly, some advocates of aquaponics promote converting large unused urban spaces - such as vacant warehouses - to places where aquaponic systems can be installed. Noting that just an acre of space can produce 50,000 pounds of Tilapia and 100,000 pounds of vegetables per year, it seems likely that aquaponics may point to a new way to feed the hungry with much less trouble and money spent.