Find Bioponica products in Booth #1031 at San Francisco Green Festival, November 10-11 at the SF Concourse Exhibition Center
SAN FRANCISCO – October 29, 2012 Bioponica proudly introduces a brand new product – its one-of-a-kind organic hydroponic grow table, complete with aquaponic tank for sustainable plant production including the optional addition of fish.
The featured 4’x4’ Grow Table with aquaponic fish tank will be on display to demonstrate the Bioponica method of nutrient cycling to grow plants without store bought fertilizers.
This exhibit will show how to get nutrients from grass clippings and food waste. Fish are included but not required. While never before attempted in a commercial setting, the Bioponica method of nutrient cycling was conceived by studying a little known practice among Asian aqua culturists that has taken place for many centuries and continues to this day. Biogarden sizes range from a 1’ square foot aquarium unit to 160’ square foot vertical growing table with dual fish tanks.
All systems are easy to install, require little maintenance and may be used indoors or outdoors. For indoor growers, options include a metal frame to hold lighting and mylar drape for optimizing plant growth and light exposure.
Outdoor growers can use the frame or else a simple HDPE canopy as a cold frame to extend growing season in cooler months. Bioponica’s mission is to promote sustainable living through food and water self-sufficiency by providing education, resources and products to growers worldwide.
Sign up for the Bioponica newsletter (located at the bottom left corner of the homepage) between now and November 15 and enter a raffle for an Aquarium Biogarden for your home or classroom!
Bioponica™ was founded by David Epstein, D.O., a holistic physician and innovator, and Kenneth Lovell, P.E., a wastewater engineer and farmer.
Plants and water are our greatest resource and through aquatic nutrient cycling and soil-less ecosystems, plants and fish can be grown, at no cost. Let us all learn from ancient cultures that practice living in harmony with the environment, and build upon a tradition of sustainability for future generations.