Aquaponics uses wastewater to sustain year-round agriculture

02/18/2010 | NYTimes.com

A relatively new, soilless agricultural system uses wastewater from fish tanks to generate high yields of vegetable crops. The system, known as aquaponics, is popular in Australia, where gardeners and farmers have had to contend with droughts. In this piece, a Connecticut man explains how his system works.

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