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AquaSprouts Garden

AquaSprouts Garden

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Stylishly combine your garden and aquarium into a self-sustaining ecosystem. The AquaSprouts® Garden recycles fish waste to provide vital nutrients for growing plants, leaving the water clean and clear without the need for additional filters. UPC 040232331213

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Grow. Learn. Discover.

It's not magic - it's nature! Aquaponics employs the same principles as the natural world. The AquaSprouts Garden provides the perfect platform for allowing anyone, anywhere to discover the potential of aquaponics, while bringing a bit of nature indoors. Think about it — fish and plants can comfortably coexist in the same ecosystem. As fish mature and produce waste, plants use that waste as their nutrients to grow, while also cleaning the tank’s water. So why not put those fish to good use?

In the box:

Grow Bed:

The custom-molded, single-piece Garden bed snaps together easily with the supporting legs. Modern matte black design complements a range of styles. Fits any standard 10-gallon aquarium approximately 20" x 10" x 12" (not included). 

Pump & Timer:

The Garden kit includes a submersible 160 gallon per hour pump and a mechanical plug timer adjustable in 15-minute increments for controlling flood and drain cycles. Both include 1-year warranty.

Light Bar:

Removable lighting mount allows you to hang a grow light of your choice above the Garden, and can even be further extended to accommodate taller plants. The light bar allows you to use your Garden anywhere, even when there may not be sufficient natural light.

Grow Media:

Expanded clay grow media replaces soil from traditional gardening and serves as the support for your plants. Porous pebbles act as a mechanical filter and biofilter substrate, trapping fish waste and uneaten food while providing ample surface area for beneficial bacteria to grow and convert the waste into nutrients for your plants. (Grow media does not degrade)

Dimensions:

28" L, 8" W (10" with 10-gallon aquarium), and 17" H (35" H with light bar)

Color:

Matte black

Material:

Polypropylene plastic

Capacity:

Standard 10-gallon aquarium approximately 20" x 10" x 12"

Pump & Plumbing:

Adjustable depth flood-and-drain style grow bed controlled by a mechanical timer. 160 gallons per hour submersible pump (10 Watts/120V)

Plant types:

Grow houseplants and low-maintenance ornamentals anywhere; place in the sun or add a grow light and grow herbs, greens, and many small-statured fruits and vegetables

Configurations:

Aquaponic (live fish)

Fish types:

Many varieties of barbs, tetras, platies, mollies, guppies, danios, minnows, Corydoras and most other small freshwater fish

Warranty:

1-year

Natural

The Garden’s design is simple, freestanding, and virtually maintenance-free, making indoor gardening and a beautiful aquarium accessible to anyone regardless of experience with fish or plants. It eliminates the need for traditional fertilizers using the same principles that recycle wastes in natural ecosystems, making upkeep as simple as feeding your fish.

Beautiful

Demonstrate first-hand a variety of concepts in chemistry, biology, and ecology. It’s an especially great tool for keeping kids engaged, a living model ecosystem that they can interact with as they watch the transformation of the energy in fish food into waste, plants, and ultimately herbs, greens, and even fruits for them to enjoy.

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Well, we just got our third AquaSprouts setup. Our dining room is the ultimate experience when the table’s not a grow station. 😂 We are loving our Aqua Sprouts.

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CMartinCMartin
Wish they'd make one for my 55 gallon

I've had this setup for about 9 months now. I've done aquariums for a while now and decided to work on growing food using aquaponics. I have a 10 gallon tank of guppies that I used with this setup and a 55 gallon tank with several breeds of fish. Both are planted with live plants. You can see the earlier and later stages in my pics. My 55 gallon setup is not as pretty and clean looking as the top 10 gallon system. This is partly due to the exposure to the sun from outdoors. The top currently has tomatoes and spinach growing. The bottom is still a working experiment. Regardless I love having this system. The only drawback is that my guppies tend to get too close to the pump and get injured from being sucked against it. As for evaporation I've found that I have to replace 2 gallons of water a week in this system and 4 gallons in the beast. Overall the system is great.

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JonathanJonathan
This is the future - All fish tanks should be designed like this

I agree with the majority of other posters here:1. Setup is very easy2. Works great, exactly like it is supposed to3. This product is very expensive for what you get - you have to purchase your own 10 gallon tank, substrate, heater, and light.4. This is not for beginners who don’t want to learn and take the time to test water quality, appropriate plant choices, etc. That being said, you definitely should purchase a water quality testing kit that tests the pH, ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate levels. If you don’t, you will wind up wasting a lot of money with dead fish.Here is what I love the most about this product and why I give it 5 stars despite it being way overpriced:1. This is not the first aquarium I’ve had and I can tell you that the garden works way better than any other filtration system out there. I’ve had the system set up for over three months and after testing the water consistently for weeks, with the garden fully stocked it has kept all of my water levels completely stable and exactly where they are supposed to be. The tank water stays crystal clear and no additional filtration is needed other than the garden.2. Although this setup is designed for a 10 gallon tank only, it is adaptable to other tank sizes if you rig it correctly. The pump is powerful enough to where you do not need to buy an extra one. As you can see in my second photo, I upgraded my 10 gallon tank to a 25 gallon, and the powerful pump in this system works just as great!3. It really is a great conversation piece, everyone that comes over asks about it and is interested in it.4. I know some people will disagree with my comment here, but idc, we all have an opinion and here is mine: this garden setup makes the tank environment so stable that you never have to change the water (I’ve verified this by extensive and daily water testing). This is the best part because I hate changing water out of a tank, it’s so messy! But it’s even worse to have a dirty tank because it’s mean to the fish. But with this system, *no* water changes are needed. The only time I deal with the tank water is when I add water because some of it evaporates, which is natural of course. And in my case, I upgraded to a 25 gallon tank shortly after purchasing it, so additional water was added then. But that’s it! Fully self-sustaining, or at least so far!Update: I’ve now had this system for 7 months and I still give it 5 stars. In fact, with a little rigging I upgraded the 25 gallon tank to a 75 gallon tank and I swear the little pump built for a 10 gallon keeps the 75 gallon very clean too! I’ve had the 75 gallon setup for three months :)

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Ed T.T.
This product is crazy amazing!

While I am a novice when it comes to the aquarium world, I have a serious indoor garden. This product is the best of both worlds. Be ready to put the time in on proper preparation. Proper setup takes a while but the guide is very detailed. I am using live plants in the aquarium so have to follow the steps closely. I have learned to also research the plants that thrive in a "clay" environment. Thankfully no plants have died in my learning curve...... Very very awesome and thought provoking product, Thank you! Ed