GARDENIER

A revolutionary way to grow your own food.

Take Control of Your Food!


Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soilless plant culture). In aquaponics, the nutrient-rich water that results from raising fish provides a source of natural fertilizer for the growing plants. As the plants consume the nutrients, they help to purify the water that the fish live in. A natural microbial process keeps both the fish and plants healthy. This creates a sustainable ecosystem where both plants and fish can thrive.

The Green Fish Company is creating the best aquaponics systems on the market.

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The Future of Food


90% Less Water

Grow bigger plants with 10% of the water.

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High Tech

We use state of the art technology.

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Planet Wise

A real way to cut carbon pollution.

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Totally Organic

It's all about the natuarl process.

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Introducing the
GARDENIER

The Gardenier uses the latest in aquaponics technology to grow plants in a low water, high yield process. In an aquaponic system, water from an aquaculture system is fed to a hydroponic system where the by-products are broken down by nitrification bacteria into nitrates and nitrites, which are utilized by the plants as nutrients. The water is then recirculated back to the aquaculture system.

*patent pending
Design: Travis Russell

Use 90% less water

This technology uses only 10% of the water conventional farming. Because aquaponics recycles the water in the system, the Gardenier can grow in droughts and areas with little water. Nutrients are constantly added by fish waste or fertilizer, and water returns to the plants. Every bit of water is reused over and over again, an impossibility in traditional, soil-based agriculture.

Watercress, NFT Aquaponics System
Photo Credit: Travis Russell

State of the art

Gardenier has the intelligence to monitor all aspects of growing, from watering times, to checking tank water temperature and nutrient levels of the water. Plants grow twice as fast! This is due to the naturally fortified water from the fish. What more technology could you ask for than no weeding!

Arugula, Ebb & Flow Aquaponics System
Photo Credit: Travis Russell

Really organic

Besides providing a constant supply of H2O to the plants—perfect for people who forget to water—bacteria is used to decompose the fish waste and turn it into organic fertilizer for the vegetation. Aquaponics mimics the natural symbiotic relationship between fish & plants.

Cherokee Purple Tomato, Ebb & Flow Aquaponics System
Photo Credit: Travis Russell

Better for the planet

In her Washington Post column, Tamar Haspel makes a provocative point: "Lettuce is a vehicle to transport refrigerated water from farm to table." Iceberg lettuce, she reports, is 96 percent water by weight. The great bulk of popular salad greens are grown in California and shipped across the country. By the time they're cut, washed, packaged, trucked, and stacked on that pious supermarket shelf in your hometown, they have surrendered the bulk of their nutritional content. The Gardenier allows you to grow all the lettuce you could eat at home.

Arugula, Ebb & Flow Aquaponics System
Photo Credit: Kimberly Russell

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