Posted on May 5, 2014
Note that this is a review: if you’re looking for Easy DIY Aquaponics website then please click here.
Why am I writing this? Well, when I was thinking about buying Easy DIY Aquaponics, there weren’t many real reviews around so I thought I’d write one quickly to help any of you who are in the same position I was.
But be warned, I’ll be going into both the good and the bad points, so if that’s something you might not want to hear, then you may as well leave now…
I do want to point out that a few weeks back I took a look at a course titled Aquaponics 4 You: Step-by-Step How to Build Your Own Aquapoics System which initially got me excited about aquaponics. Actually, I was interested and excited BEFORE I found the course… hopefully you are too.
And, while I’m still glad I reviewed it, one of my biggest complaints about the course was that I “felt like I jumped right into the middle of a story that I wouldn’t have honestly understood had I not already spent some time researching the subject beforehand.”
And, so, if you’re new to the idea of aquaponics then it might not be the best place to start. Instead, this Easy DIY Aquaponics course might be a better fit… a much better one, in fact.
Rather than boring you to death with the details, suffice it to say that this course led me by the hand quite a bit better. Specifically, it took the time to explain what aquaponics and hydroponics were, how the system works, about the different parts needed, about the fish, and so on. You get the idea.
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Obviously, the guide discusses putting the system together (e.g., layout, plumbing, nutrients, etc) and included some diagrams but the video was actually more useful in this regard.
Among the things I liked most were that the course includes a nice parts list that shows actual pictures (and descriptions) of all the parts needed, how many of each item, and a checklist to ensure you’ve got it all. That would be super-handy for me because I can just see myself making half a dozen trips to the hardware store because I forgot something or bought the wrong parts.
There’s also a lengthy troubleshooting guide as well covering all the essentials, from start-up to problems with your fish, there are dozens of problems discussed with solutions to each. Heck, they even thought to create a handy maintenance log to ensure you regularly check the important stuff… yup, I need that.
I was actually quite impressed with all that the course thought to include. Anyway, similar to the previous aquaponics course, this one added a handful of bonus references, including:
- backup source of fresh drinking water for an emergency! a special report that puts “Backyard Liberty” on over-drive, and turns it into a special filtration system, your family will have hundreds of gallons of fresh drinking water at their disposal… so they’ll never be thirsty in a rough time situation… and you won’t have to worry about storage.
- Surviving an Economic Collapse a special report that will teach you real-life lessons from recent events. You’ll learn how to barter with desperate people … what to do when hospitals are closed…what the best currency is when the dollar is worth nothing… and a lot more.
- 27 Items you need to hoard. Most people get this wrong, and stock on the wrong items. Yet minutes after a disaster, stores get looted by desperate mobs, and you’re left fighting over scraps. This special report lists the absolute essentials… that many so-called preppers never even consider… and you’ll get it for free, when you test the Backyard Liberty training.
- 12 months of unlimited email access – where you get to ask just about everything related to Backyard Liberty. That’s one full year when you get to ask us as many questions as you want!
And, although, the aforementioned references were a bit more interesting this time around, I didn’t much care about the bonuses… just about the aquaponics information.
Now, can you find freely available information online that you can piece together instead of purchasing a course such as this? Sure you can. But, if you’re like me then you prefer to have everything you need in one place with somebody saying “do this, do that, now do this…” until you’re done. That’s just the way my brain is wired.
Sadly, because I’m renting right now aquaponics isn’t something I can try my hand at anytime soon. Seems I’ve got to wait until I can buy. But, that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t learn as much as I can for when I’m ready and able. Certainly, you can do the same! In fact, I’d suggest that this Easy DIY Aquaponics course is the best and most complete I’ve found yet.