In order to keep animals at ease in their environment, the number of fish is limited for a given volume of water.
Fish and plants thrive in water with a neutral (around 7) or slightly acidic (between 6 and 7) pH.
The composition of the fish food as well as the amount administered daily varies according to the age of the fish, the species and the season.
Oxygen is vital for fish, so care should be taken to ensure that ponds are properly oxygenated. Plants can also take up oxygen from the water under certain conditions.
Easy to keep happy, easy to care for and aesthetically pleasing, the goldfish is the one we recommend to start aquaponics.
|3 – 28°C
|1 poisson / 20L
Koi carp is the emblematic fish of Japanese ponds. It is best suited to temperate water and will add character to your garden.
|4 – 32°C
|1 fish / 80L
Trout is a fish with fatty flesh that is easily available on the market. It is best eaten during the winter season.
|0 – 19°C
|1 fish / 15L
The common carp is a larger fish whose optimum growth is between 22 and 26 °C. If not frozen, it will last all winter.
|3 – 35°C
|1 fish / 20L
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Create an innovative symbiosis that connects the plant and aquatic world.
An urban vegetable garden with a minimum of constraints.
An smart aquaponic greenhouse managed remotely.
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