Back to the Roots Water Garden

January 27, 2016 - Comment

This 3-gallon fish tank is a closed-loop, self-cleaning ecosystem. Using the science of aquaponics, the fish waste naturally fertilizes the plants above and, in turn, the plants clean the water for the fish. Great for small pet fish and growing fresh, organic herbs. Product Features New version now includes silent, submersible water pump and 360°

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This 3-gallon fish tank is a closed-loop, self-cleaning ecosystem. Using the science of aquaponics, the fish waste naturally fertilizes the plants above and, in turn, the plants clean the water for the fish. Great for small pet fish and growing fresh, organic herbs.

Product Features

  • New version now includes silent, submersible water pump and 360° view
  • Self-cleaning fish tank that grows food
  • Fish waste feeds the plants; Plants clean the water
  • Everything you need to get started, including water pump, organic seeds and a discount coupon for a Betta fish
  • Designed and manufactured in the USA

Comments

Silea says:

Semi-final review of v1: interesting product, several flaws I deleted my original review because after a little over a month of owning this, I wish I just had a regular fish tank…OR that over at Back to the Roots they included information about fish in vs fishless cycling of tanks and more information overall. And there are a few problems with the design.Here’s my experience with this tank so far.I started out with white cloud minnows in the tank. We had to get cold water fish unless we wanted to add a heater (another thing they don’t tell you) because I live in San Francisco, and our house is usually 62-65 degrees inside.I changed out 20% of the water every other day while the tank was cycling because I was (rightly) concerned about the fish. These minnows are hardy, but fish in cycling can still damage their gills or kill them. They survived but after a couple of weeks I took them back and bought a betta instead because the minnows really should be in a bigger tank.So now I have a betta. And I love him…

Alek Slavnic says:

For all the fans of green!

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