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  • "You see, there are an awful lot of 10 gallon aquariums in the world already. And those aquariums are full of an awful lot of fish that need regular cleaning. So why not put those fish to good use, creating an attractive, easy-to-retrofit kit that's compatible with any 10 gallon aquarium, providing fish lovers with an easy solution to keep their tank clean, and turning the waste water and nutrients into fresh, edible produce?"

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  • "Meet the AquaSprouts Aquarium Aquaponic Garden, an adorably compact “ecosystem” that is powered by fish waste."

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  • "This tank can grow all the ingredients for a perfectly good salad, including tomatoes, lettuce, kale, mint, basil and wheatgrass."

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  • "The choice of plants depends on your taste-buds, but lettuce, Swiss chard, basil, cilantro, oregano, and other herbs and leafy green work well. Peppers, baby tomatoes, and flowering plants are also options."

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  • "This system turns a fish tank into an aquaponic garden, a perfect tool to explore how our natural environment works: fish waste fertilizes the plants, and the plants filter the water in the tank."

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  • "If you're hoping to grow an indoor garden this winter, the secret to your success might come in the form of a pet. But only if you're willing to use your goldfish's waste as a fertilizer."

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  • "The fish waste is naturally converted into fertilizer that feeds the plants. This process keeps the water clean and fresh so you won't have to spend your weekends scrubbing the fish tank. Sounds like a win-win!"

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  • "It's a beautiful symbiotic relationship: the fish’s emissions feed the plants above, and the plants keep the water clean and oxygenated for their fish-friends."

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  • "You feed the fish, the fish-waste feeds the plants and you eat what is grown from the garden. It's a win-win-win."

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  • "The Garden allows families to see first-hand how our natural environment works."

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