A: No most hydroponic pH up and pH down contain antimicrobial agents designed to kill bacteria to keep drip lines clean. In an aquaponic system this kills the bacteria that we rely on for our nutrients. They can not be used in aquaponics.
A: Yes aquaponicly grown cannabis is the smoothest any of us have ever smoked.
A: Absolutely so long as you abide by your local growing regulations. Cannabis does not effect other plants in your garden.
A: Thanks to how water in a flood and drain bed acts as a diaphragm to exchange air in the root zone allowing fast growth similar to hydroponics.
A: Yes because we are feeding the fish and only supplementing to boost your levels you use far less fertilizer or supplements than traditional growing methods.
A: Yes, Properly grown cannabis in a Dual Root Zone setup provides similar yields to hydroponics and soil.
A: No, the fish do not add any fishy flavor but do provide a very earthy rich flavor to the cannabis.
A:Dual Root Zones allows for both longer term nutrient availability and the air exchange provided by a flood and drain. It also allows for all the benefits of terrestrial soil microbes and aquatic microbes giving you the largest possible biodiversity in your root system.
A: A Dual Root Zone is a planting method which separates your root zone into 2 separate layers by having a soil layer and a aquatic layer.
A: Cannabis grown using traditional aquaponic growing methods does have some nutrient issues. We have found using a Dual Root Zone planting method solves these issues.