The beginning stages of gardening include finding a location to grow your seeds and deciding which planting method you want to use. Both of these will depend upon which types of plants you want to have, the amount of space you can allocate and what the garden's purpose will be. After doing some research, you might decide that an aquaponics system is a way to go.
It's not nearly as complicated as you might think and the benefits are appealing: it's a natural way for you to grow plants and raise fish simultaneously. The environment of an aquaponics system is rich in nutrients and high in protein, both of which can be difficult to achieve in a typical soil-based garden.
Before you begin building your aquaponics empire, though, you may want to learn how to troubleshoot common issues, such as dead fish, fading colors and high water temperature. You'll increase your odds of success in the aquaponics world if you do!
Keep reading to learn how to solve 12 common problems when managing an aquaponics system!