What would you do if we told you, there is a little-known but highly lucrative method of food production that has yet to make it big in India (but soon will).

Imagine: a low-risk, high-profit farming method that requires little upkeep and expenditure once it’s set up, that also happens to be 100% organic, chemical free, sustainable, with no weeds, no pests, no tilling the soil, no compost, no manure spreading, no watering, no rusty old tools, no tractor and all its extra costs, no breaking back and sore joints, no cracked skin or needless exhaustion, no working to the bone for no reward, no trouble feeding your family, no worry….

…Sound too good to be true?

Aquaponics has already made waves in the USA as well as other parts of the developed world. It is an incredibly simple, effective and reliable way to grow large quantities of organic fruit and vegetables, and all without needing acres of land.

Benefits of Aquaponics:

More Produce

Grow up to 5 times the plants in half the time

Saves Water

Use only 10% of the water of traditional farming

Needs Less Space

This can all be done in a fraction of the space

Completely Organic

Grow fruits, vegetables and herbs - completely organic

More Profits

Have multiple revenue stream in the form of fruits, vegetables and fishes.

Less Laborious

The fish do all the hard work – so you don’t have to!

Year Round Production

Grow foods that are non-native or usually out of season all year around


This amazing technique is set to revolutionize food production, and soon farming will no longer be associated with poverty, but with abundance. Not so long ago, the big buzz word in farming was ‘organic’. Non GM, chemical free and naturally grown food was all the rage for its health benefits. However, more recently the organic trend has moved aside to make way for ‘sustainable’ farming. Given the ever growing global population it has become clear to many people that the very nature of farming needs to change, that its current output is not sufficient. By 2050, the earth will hold 2 billion more people (bringing the Earths total to 9 billion). We do not currently feed all the mouths on this planet already, so this leap is alarming.

The world needs something that produces more food, at a faster rate – naturally. Many attempts at sustainable farming have been made, with various levels of success. But undoubtedly the shining star of them all is Aquaponics.

So How Does Aquaponics Actually Work? We're Glad You Asked!

Fish naturally produce the nutrients that plant need to thrive. In an aquaponic system, fish are kept in tanks and their waste is collected at the bottom. This waste is then pumped through a filter to make it into ready food for plants. The plants are set up in ‘grow beds’, which allow the roots of the plants to dangle in water absorbing goodness from the fish waste, while the leafy heads absorb the goodness from sunlight above.

Most of the hard work that you need to put into your aquaponic system takes place in the first month, when you will need to regularly check ammonia and PH levels after which the system requires only basic maintenance, so you can sit back and start to enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) of your labor. Also, after the initial set-up costs, an aquaponic system requires very little in terms of financial input. So growers can reap huge rewards.

It is soilless, effortless, and completely revolutionary. Magic!