There are hundreds of plants and fish species that have been proven to do well in aquaponic systems.  Because geography, growing environment and system design affect what can be grown, it’s important to know what you want from your aquaponics system and then use those needs to direct you to the appropriate system.  In addition, aquaponics practitioners are experimenting and learning all the time and the list is therefore growing. As of July 2016, we are working with three different colleges to conduct research and further aquaponic knowledge.  Here's a short list from proven studies and our personal experiences (some plants we started in an aquaponics system and then propagated or transplanted): lettuce, spinach, leafy greens, chives, sage, tarragon, oregano, basil, mint, lavender, green onions, herbs, strawberries, yellow squash, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, radishes, bell peppers, jalapenos, okra, corn, sunflowers, carrots, avocados, decorative flowers, tilapia, goldfish, koi, etc.


Symbiotic Aquaponic
P.O. Box 363 - Talihina, Oklahoma 74571
(918) 869-0845

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