This is an Aquaponics 4 You Review and my honest and accurate assessment of this do it yourself aquaponics guide.
First off let me go on record and say that I actually own a copy of Aquaponics 4 You. Unlike many online product reviews whose authors merely research the product online before they write their review, this article is based on my first hand knowledge of Aquaponics 4 You.
Upon payment, you will be able to instantly access the Aquaponics 4 You guide by quickly and easily downloading the ebook pdf file.
The guide itself consists of 33 pages that contain specific and detailed aquaponic system setup information and diagrams.
It begins with a to the point aquaponics overview.
The rest of the guide quite adequately covers all the various aspects of building your own aquaponics system such as:
- Aquaculture meets Hydroponic Farming
- Location Suggestions
- Key Concepts Simplified
- Chemistry/ Physics
- Getting Ready to Build the System and Sourcing the Components
- Fish Options
- Plant Options
- Building the Ultimate Aquaponics Home System
- Important Considerations and Key Topics
- Adding Water, Fish and Plants
- Materials List
In this Aquaponics 4 You Review, I have only included a sample of the key topics and this list does not contain any of the various sub-topics included. But, you get the idea of the scope of this guide.
Upon downloading my copy of the ebook I was actually pleased with the obvious detailed approach the author and aquaponics expert John Fay used when compiling the information for his guide. He obviously took the time to correctly identify and explain the important aspects of the aquaponics process and he covers all the areas where you might have some difficulty if you were to attempt to build your own system without a guide.
I read a couple of other reviews of this ebook online before I decided to get my own and my one concern (after reading those reviews) was that this guide would be lacking in content. The other reviews continually preached how “easy to read and understand” this book was and focused on selling me the book in the review rather than clarifying the actual content.
I know from experience that any quality manual/guidebook for a do it yourself system that requires building and assembly needs to be detailed with figures and measurements, not something I would usually associate with easy to read. I certainly didn’t want some guidebook full of pretty aquaponic garden photos and just a basic explanation leaving me guessing as to the proper calculations for the required amount, quantity, area, length, height, depth, and width of the various components of my system.
Well the Aquaponics 4 You guide isn’t necessarily “hard” to read (and I want to be honest in this Aquaponics 4 You Review) but it is written for someone who is serious about building their own system and includes professional detailed diagrams and instructions outlining the proper design placements and measurements of all the different parts required for the system to function optimally.
What I really liked about this guide was the fact that John doesn’t just tell you “what” you need but he also tells you “where” to find the parts and components and includes links to online retailers for the more “aquaponic” specific parts that might be hard to find if you are not located close to a specialty organic farming aquaponics shop.
The only drawback to this guide is that it can’t actually build the aquaponics system for you. I mean just having the guide isn’t enough to make the whole setup come together. You do require the proper tools (the tools required are pretty much outlined in the guide though) and you need to have some mechanical aptitude to build any aquaponics system no matter what guide or instructions you might use.
So don’t be under the impression that once you buy the guide that you can run out to home depot for the parts and just snap them together like an erector set or a box of legos. It will require effort and some concentration on your part.
Of course if you’re a real do it yourself type person you knew that already and you also know there is no greater satisfaction than building something from the ground up with your own two hands.
The guide was simple to download and accessible instantly after payment through Clickbank which accepts credit cards as well as PayPal.
The guide includes 33 very detailed pages with all the information you need to start building your aquaponic garden.
The video on DVD that is shipped to you (and that is included in your purchase) is a very helpful follow along demonstration of the building process.
Customer support is also available for any questions you may have. (I personally have contacted support and received quick replies from John himself, sometimes within hours)
In addition you also get several bonus guides for free that are probably worth as much as the guide.
If you are seriously interested in building your own aquaponics system, the Aquaponics 4 You guide for the price ($37.00 at the time of this writing) is a good option especially when beginning to establish your first aquaponics garden.
Finally, one of the best things about the Aquaponics 4 You ebook guide, or any other product sold through clickbank, is that if for any reason you are not happy with your purchase you have 60 days to get a 100% complete and unconditional refund.
With this in mind, you really have nothing to lose by purchasing the guidebook immediately. 2 months is ample time for anyone to accurately determine if they will be able to put this ebook guide to good use and successfully have their own aquaponics garden functioning and producing quality wholesome food for their family.
I hope you have found this Aquaponics 4 You Review helpful and feel free to browse this site for more interesting and informative aquaponic articles.
Read about DIY Aquaponics and how I discovered Aquaponics 4 You