The aquaponics methods that Jon Fay teaches allow much faster growth of vegetables.
Raleigh, North Carolina (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
Aquaponics teacher, John Fay, spends most of his time operating his organic garden. John is a certified organic gardener that is turning his passion into an instructional series to help families get started in aquaponics. The Easy Aquaponics System is a video training series with step-by-step instructions how any individual or family can build an in-home aquaponics system for little to no money. Aquaponics is a new way to grow organic vegetables indoors that requires no digging, mulching or pesticides that are often required with other forms of organic gardening. The Easy Aquaponics System can be accessed at this link online.
The concept of hydroponics to the eco world is not new. Scientists have been using water to grow plants for decades. The surge in popularity of organic vegetables lead some university researchers to develop a completely organic aquaponics system that can grow vegetables faster with almost no effort. Organic farmer, John Fay, devoted his adult life to managing an organic farm. Using the aquaponics techniques that he now teaches to individuals and families, John is able to produce 10 times the amount of vegetables than traditional organic gardening.
“One of the things that I love about aquaponics is the rapid output of the vegetables,” said John Fay in his video series. “Using this method there are no chemicals, additives, pesticides or legwork involved to produce a lot of vegetables each month,” John added.
The plain and simple theory that is taught in the new Easy Aquaponics System is how to keep oxygen infiltrating the roots of plants and vegetables easily at home. Because this method is accomplished indoors, it does not have to be monitored successively like a traditional outdoor organic garden. The aquaponics methods that Jon Fay teaches allow much faster growth of vegetables due to keeping the roots of the vegetables submerged in clean water during the growth period.
According to a recent study, the average American family now spends more than $300 a month buying organic vegetables from supermarkets that place price markups on the produce. The information that is now included in the Easy Aquaponics System is designed to help individuals and families to grow 10 times the amount of organic vegetables entirely at home for the price of the seeds.
Families and others that want to explore aquaponics and organic gardening at home could benefit from accessing the Easy Aquaponics System now available online.
About Easy Aquaponics System
John Fay is a certified organic farmer and aquaponics specialist that has designed his new Easy Aquaponics System to be easy to use. The simple and easy to follow growing techniques now revealed in John’s course are derived form decades of home growing experience. This course is designed for anyone to learn quickly and to immediately integrate the training to build an aquaponic garden. One unique thing about the Easy Aquaponics System is that a complete 60-day refund is offered by John Fay if a family or individual does not produce 10 times the amount of organic vegetables that a traditional organic garden could produce using his training methods.