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Aquaponic Grow Beds

If you're a fan of aquaponics, upgrade your system to our hydroponic grow beds. Choose from either 200 or 300 gallons of water volume that serve your plants with continuous nutrients. Connect multiple, aquaponic grow beds to your fish farm to see an efficient system in motion. The fish and plants work harmoniously as both flourish with growth and healthy lives.

Take a look at Polytank-Mart's aquaponic grow beds for sale. As a grower, you'll be pleased to see the tall sides that are around 18-inches in height. This container depth holds roots and water with extra room to expand. Plastic aquaponic grow beds are often cramped in smaller sizes, so our inventory depends on large sizes for your convenience. These sturdy plastic containers for aquaponics can be stacked when they're not in use. As you add more containers to your system, they rest comfortably in a side-by-side configuration. You'll have vigorous growth with these containers supporting your plants.

Aquaponics Grow Beds are the foundation and backbone of your aquaponics system, where your fruits and vegetables are grown and nurtured.

Poly-Mart manufactures Deep Media Aquaponics Grow Beds that offer 18.25" height for root expansion, allowing a wide variety of plants to be grown. Our Aquaponics Grow Beds come standard without any fittings installed for optimal customization.

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Aquaponic Growbed 19 square feet, 200 Gallon 200-Gallon Aquaponics Grow Bed

61″L x 54″W x 18.25″H

List Price: $274.08
Our Price: $289.95
Aquaponic Growbed 26 square feet, 300 gallon 300-Gallon Aquaponic Grow Beds

86”L x 53.25”W x 18.25″H

List Price: $388.89
Our Price: $399.95
   
 

What is "Aquaponics"?

Aquaponic System diagram

Aquaponics is the union of hydroponics (growing plants without soil) and aquaculture (farming fish or other aquatic organisms) for a fast, efficient method of producing both plant and fish crops. Fish waste from the aquaculture portion of the system is broken down by bacteria into dissolved nutrients (e.g., nitrogen and phosphorus compounds) that plants utilize to grow in a hydroponic unit. This nutrient removal not only improves water quality for the fish but also decreases overall water consumption by limiting the amount released as effluent. Aquaponics shares many of the advantages that hydroponics has over conventional crop production methods including:
  1. reduced land area requirements,
  2. reduced water consumption,
  3. accelerated plant growth rates, and
  4. year-round production in controlled environments.

—Pattillo, D. Allen, " An Overview of Aquaponic Systems: Hydroponic Components" (2017). NCRAC Technical Bulletins. 19

*Grow beds of all colors are BPA-Free and manufactured with resin that complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulation 21CFR 177.1520 (1) 3.1 and 3.2 for storage of potable water.