PRLog - Feb. 16, 2014 - FORT GARLAND, Colo. -- In less than two weeks the ASC magazine will celebrate its one year anniversary. That’s quite an accomplishment in the world of business and publishing. Many publications don’t make it to their first quarter let alone their first year. Why has the magazine become so popular? Two reasons, firstly it’s the only one of its kind in the world and secondly each edition is better than the last.
The ASC magazine has captured the hearts of minds of people who are dedicated to finding ways in which to grow their own food. Not only does the magazine give its readers great information, it encourages those in the industry to come together and share their knowledge. For example, in its very first edition, Allan Parker wrote a very informative article on why bacteria is important in aquaponics.
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As Allan points out aquaponics is designed to mimic natural biological systems. In the natural world there is no waste. All the eco systems support one another and aquaponics should do the same. Within his article Allan explained the importance of maintaining the right levels of bacteria within your aquaponics system, so that it functions properly.
Unfortunately for new comers, aquaponics has become a money making machine. Many new comers don’t understand why bacteria needs to be part of aquaponics and what to do about it. Allan also explains how to manage the three most common waste products produced in your aquaponics system. One of the biggest problems is the uneaten food and fish waste that can build up. Allan explains how to manage this so that you can maintain the right levels of bacteria and nitrates so that your plants grow properly. This is one of the most common problems in aquaponics, yet it is easy to fix when you know how.
The ASC magazine is good for newcomers and seasoned gardeners alike. The magazine contains a wealth of information on all types of food production, as well as great ideas for sustainable living. The ASC magazine is also support by the ASC community on Facebook. This thriving community continues to grow daily, so why don’t you join us and share your experiences too. Join here