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There are six major species of trout native to North America. All of these species offer a distinct challenge, and they are all of interest to the angler. But perhaps more importantly, these Native species belong in America. They are a natural and valuable part of our natural environment. Some folks are likely to shake their heads at one notable omission in this article:the brown trout. While brown trout are widely established throughout America, they are not native to our continent. Brown trout are originally a European species, transported to America many years ago.
Aquaponics is the combination of hydroponics and aquaculture used to grow healthy organic plants such as vegetables and herbs. The relationship between these two components is symbiotic. This means the aquaculture system provides the plants in the hydroponics grow beds nutrients to grow.
The symbiotic process with feeding a plant along with the waste water of a fish tank is known as aquaponics