APALACHICOLA, Fla. — Nelson and Pade, Inc.®, The Most Trusted Name In Aquaponics®, based in Montello, Wisconsin, is hosting a 3-day Aquaponics Master Class® in Apalachicola, Florida. Aquaponics is an innovative and sustainable method of raising fish and vegetables, year ‘round in any climate.
This is a comprehensive course covering all aspects of aquaponics and controlled environment agriculture. Our Aquaponics Master Class® is intended for anyone seriously considering getting into aquaponic food production, or those already doing aquaponics who want to learn more about the technology. We cover the topics most important to being successful in aquaponics including aquaponic methods and applications, crop choices and recommendations, water quality, daily operation and growing techniques, greenhouses and environmental control, fish biology and feeds, plant care and health, system start up, economics and business considerations.
Aquaponics fills the demand for local, premium quality, fresh food. Nelson and Pade, Inc.®’s Clear Flow Aquaponic Systems® have continuous production and cash flow and the premium quality vegetables and fish are easy to market.
Nelson and Pade, Inc.® provides a complete startup package with comprehensive training, science-based, proven system designs and long term grower support-all without a franchise fee! To date, people from 103 countries and all 50 U.S. states have attended Nelson and Pade, Inc.®’s intensive 3-day Aquaponics Master Class®. Nearly all of the attendees from the St. George Island, Florida January 2017 Aquaponics Master Class® have either already began their aquaponics projects or are in the planning process. Will you be next?
The 3-day Aquaponics Master Class® will be hosted at the Water Street Hotel and Marina; January 18-20, 2018. Seating is limited, so you are encouraged to register online at www.aquaponics.comor over the phone at 608-297-8708. The cost is $1,195 per person and includes course materials, daily breakfast and lunch, and more.
–Nelson and Pade, Inc.
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