An aquaponics farm in Florida is revolutionizing the way we grow food sustainably, using fish and soilless plant farming.
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In an effort to combat climate change, many farmers around the country are developing innovative methods of sustainable growing, such as aquaponics. This combination of fish and soilless plant farming is increasing in popularity as a more ecofriendly method of food production. We visit one aquaponics facility in Florida using an intricate system of agricultural engineering.
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