About Aquaponics Journal
Published continually since 1997, the Aquaponics Journal is the original publication dedicated to covering aquaponic technology, information and events.
With each issue of Aquaponics Journal, readers discover the newest technologies and research on aquaponics, aquaculture and hydroponics, meet fascinating people who successfully use these methods of growing, learn of commercial, hobby, research and educational applications of aquaponics and learn new techniques they can employ in their own growing systems.
Each issue includes Feature Articles, Editor’s Note, Industry News, Question and Answer by Dr. James Rakocy, Aquaponics Around the World and a Calendar of Events.
Both printed and E-(electronic) subscriptions are available. Printed subscriptions are mailed via First Class Mail. E-subscriptions, which eliminate the cost of printing and mailing, are the complete Aquaponics Journal in a compressed Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) file that can be quickly opened, read or printed.
Aquaponics is the combination of recirculating aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (growing plants without soil).
Aquaponics Journal is published quarterly by Rebecca Nelson and John Pade, Nelson and Pade, Inc.
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February 23, 2012
Issue # 61 is complete! New issue was sent to subscribers 2/23/12.
December 29, 2011
Issue #60 is complete! Subscribers, look for the new issue, begin sent 12/29/11 and 12/30/11
September 15, 2010
Welcome to the ALL New Aquaponics Journal website. We have more content, photos and information than ever!
September 2, 2010
The new issue, #58, of the Aquaponics Journal was mailed to subscribers.
August 1, 2010
The complete collection of Aquaponics Journals, ALL 57 OF THEM, is available . The Aquaponics Journal has been continuously published since 1997 and this offering of all 57 issues is the most complete collection of information on aquaponics in the world.