Aquaponic Design Plans, Everything You Need to Know - David H. Dudley

Aquaponic Design Plans, Everything You Need to Know

By David H. Dudley

  • Release Date: 2016-10-04
  • Genre: Gardening

Description

This 500+ page user-friendly book shows you how to easily produce an abundance of Fresh Organic Produce and Plentiful Healthy Fish.

Feed Your Family Healthy Food, Barter and/or Sell Surplus

Everything from Beginner Basics to Operating a Profitable Aquaponic Business, Step-by-Step Instructions and SO much more is included in this VALUABLE resource.

Expensive university courses and lengthy on-site training workshops which cost thousands of dollars do not provide as much valuable, comprehensive material as presented in this comprehensive user-friendly ‘how-to’ book.

This how-to resource consists of three important sections:

Included are Design Plans, Instructions & Everything You Need to Know about Aquaponics

Included within this book are nearly 400 photos and illustrations which show you how to set up and operate different types of aquaponic systems of any size; and how to scale-up in size to produce even more organic vegetables and fish as you desire grow.

It also shows you how to easily turn your aquaponics operation into a profitable venture.

This book provides detailed directions to create and maintain different types of aquaponic systems of all sizes so you can consistently feed your family environmentally friendly sustainable healthy organic food and even earn extra income.

The author, David Dudley, is a professional aquaponics consultant who has helped many individuals and companies develop aquaponics systems. His accomplished career in aquaponics, hydroponics, and aquaculture includes serving as the Construction Manager of the Oklahoma Aquarium, Engineering Manager of the nation’s largest caviar producing company, overseeing life support systems of four large aquaculture facilities, designing a $5M aquaculture operation for white sturgeon, and Project Manager of a large fishing clinic facility for the U.S. Department of Wildlife. David holds advanced degrees in civil engineering and nutrition/dietetics, owns a commercial nursery, and has several decades of experience in vegetable gardening. David understands every facet of aquaponics and clearly communicates aquaponics in a way that truly helps others.