Plant nutrient deficiencies are common even in traditional and other methods of farming. In aquaponics, it is one of the most common problems that aquaponics gardeners deal with. Maintaining the nutrient balance in aquaponics can be frustrating, especially when most of what you read about aquaponics says that fish provides food for the plants in the system.
An aquaponics system can grow almost any plant; herbs, leafy greens, root crops, fruiting plants, flowers, and micro greens. You can even mix different varieties of plants to create your own aquaponics system.
However, before starting your own aquaponics system, it is important to know what plants grow best in an aquaponics system, for you to plan your system’s setup accordingly.
Often when people hear about aquaponics and its benefits, they get excited at the thought of growing their own organic food. Aquaponics systems are very simple to establish and operate, but if you are not familiar with aquaponics, it may be challenging.
Although there is so much free information available online for aquaponics beginners, the problem is it’s so easy to get lost in all the information.