Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 19, 2014
Aquaponics 4 You, an organic gardening system created by John Fay that produces 10 times the amount of vegetable using less space, less water, and less time has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting and investigative review.
“Aquaponics 4 You presents one of the most revolutionary methods for growing organic plants effectively in a way that the average person can adapt to their own lifestyle,” reports Michaels. “This step-by-step guide shows users how they can build an aquaponics system that utilizes the water from a fish tank to give plants all of the nutrients they need without the hassle of traditional gardening.”
The Aquaponics 4 You system is based on research showing that fish and plants naturally have a mutually beneficial relationship, due to the fish producing ammonia, algae, and minerals, and the fact that plants require ammonia, algae, minerals, and nitrates for proper growth and production. Aquaponics 4 You is a guide to build a system that allows plants to have 24/7 access to the water from the fish tank that contains all the vital nutrients they need.
This system requires no more weeding, fertilizing, or soil cultivation, and also eliminates soil pests, while helping plants grow up to twice as fast. Additionally, the Aquaponics 4 You system uses up to 70 percent less energy than conventional gardening methods and saves enormous amounts of water due to the fact that it is constantly recycled through the fish tank. Each purchase of the Aquaponics 4 You guide includes several bonus guides worth more than $300.
These include Organic Gardening for Beginners, Herbs for Health and Home, A Guide to Flower Gardening, Eating Healthy, Guide to Organic Cooking, and Worm Farming. Currently, all of these items are available for instant download for only $37. Each purchase comes with a 60-day money back guarantee that offers a full refund if the customer is unhappy with the information included in the guide for any reason.
“The proof that this system works comes from the fact that it can produce 4,000 pounds of organic vegetables per month with just a tenth of the space,” says Michaels. “This is the ultimate guide to effective self-sustainability that requires minimal effort, minimal energy, and minimal funds.”
“This is a great guide for anyone who has a gardening hobby, for those looking to increase their food storage or self sustainability, for those who are looking to save substantially on their food costs, or even those looking to create supplemental income from the extra produce they have available each month.”
To access a comprehensive Aquaponics 4 You review, visit the official site here.