New 20-gallon Home Aquaponic System

Before we built our 20-gallon demonstration Aquaponic system for the Farm to Table conference in March, we suspected that people wanted something like this for their homes, schools and offices.

Aquaponics Demonstration system

Demonstration Aquaponics system at the Farm To Table Conference

After the feedback at the conference, we definitely know that people want this. While the demonstration system was meant to be only that, many asked if they could buy it and take it home! So, we started looking for a system to bring to Pittsburgh.

After much research and testing, we assembled a fantastic, cleverly designed home Aquaponics system that fits over any 20-gallon aquarium (tall or regular).

The system can happily live in a living room, dining room, office, classroom or basement. It requires no outside light and needs just 2 standard electrical wall sockets to power the high-efficiency water pump (7 watts) and 2-foot grow lights (48 watts).

Plus, the system is very efficient with space and packs 13, 3-inch growing spaces into every unit. That’s enough for 4 heads of lettuce, 4 cucumber plants and 5 basil plants!

And it works wonderfully! After just 5 days, the system was producing beautiful seedlings:

Seedlings in home Aquaponics system

Cucumber seedlings in the front row of the new, 20-gallon, home Aquaponics system

This Aquaponics system with grow lights can be purchased by itself or you can get the complete 20-gallon system that comes with an aquarium, Aquaponic starter water, organic basil seeds and free delivery, installation & 30 day support within the city of Pittsburgh.  Click here for more information…

If you want to learn Aquaponics and start growing your own veggies year-round, this system will teach you and your family everything. There is no better way to learn than to learn by doing.

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