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Aquaculture is a growing industry and technique of raising both aquatic plants and fish with the intention of consuming or selling the end product of one’s labor.

Aquaculture has grown significantly in popularity over the last few decades, with many farmers across the globe utilizing this technique of raising fish and growing marketable aquatic plants. The global aquaculture market was valued at $169 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $242 billion by 2022, showing the incredible potential for growth in this market and the potential uses for aquaponic farming across the globe. This style of farming utilizing the symbiotic relationship between the fish and the plants, with both species utilizing the waste of the other.

Here on RNN’s Aquaculture, readers can learn about the innovations coming to fruition in the aquaculture market and how firms are making sustainable change across the globe by utilizing Aquaculture based farming techniques.

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