Have you tried growing microgreens or micro algae in your aquaponics system? This is one of the most popular vegetables grown in aquaponics systems. It can be very beneficial in your aquaponics system. You can even make use of your micro greens to make additional food for yourself and for your family. It is very easy to plant microgreens because it is a perennial plant that grows very well in small spaces.
If you are interested in planting microgreens or micro algae, it is very important to have your aquaponics system properly set up before you introduce this kind of green into your system. You must make use of an established growing tray or container in order for you to get great results when growing microgreens or micro algae in your aquaponic system. The microgreens you will grow need approximately two feet of growing medium to survive. It is best that you first use one inch of growing medium to get good roots. Once you have established the proper type of microgreen you should be able to use any type of growing tray or container you like in your aquaponic system.
This is a very easy food to maintain and grow. It can be frozen for later use and it can also be used in salads, sandwiches, soups, stews, and other dishes. In fact, you can find many recipes that call for microgreens superfood. Microgreens are high in dietary fibers and proteins and they are rich in minerals.
The micronutrients present in microgreens aquaponics is very important because these nutrients are needed by your fish for healthy growth. You will notice that your fish will grow more quickly and have fewer issues if you feed them with this type of nutrient rich food. The micronutrients in this type of food source are insoluble in water. They cannot be dissolved in an ionized water solution or any type of liquid. You have to provide them with a continuous supply of sterile medium to make sure that they always have a continuous supply of these microgreens aquaponics nutrients.
To produce your own microgreen food you should make use of a grow mat. These grow mats are made from either peat or sandy material and they allow nutrients to be delivered directly to the growing beds. The grow mat is actually a breeding ground for microgreens aquaponics. Microgreens will not grow if there are no nutrients present in the water.
If you plan on starting a bio-hormonal vegetable garden you must buy a grow mat and place it in the bottom of your storage tank. The germination of microgreens can take place when the surface of the mat is damp. The moisture encourages the growth of germs and larvae that help create the essential medium in which the microgreens will grow. Make use of a sponge or a cheese cloth to place the germination tray into the water.
You will have to add a true leafy green vegetable to your homemade microgreen solution. These vegetables can be lettuce, spinach, dandelion greens or any other type of true green vegetable. You should also add some sea weeds, kelp, alfalfa, clams or mussels to this true leafy green solution. This will help contain the growth of microgreens.
The final step to producing your very own natural organic vegetable is by placing the radish seeds in a jar with a few inches of water. Radish seeds should not be mixed with your microgreen growing medium as they will not sprout correctly. You will have to use the jar as a growing tray until your radish seeds have grown to about an inch long. When they are at that point they can be placed in your growing tray and allowed to finish growing. Once you have Radish, Green, or Microgreens you can immediately begin harvesting and eating the fresh organic vegetables you have grown.