Fresh Life Produce


FRESH LIFE PRODUCE strives to show that there is an alternative to the thinking that we need to have a few large scale producers to feed households and entire cities.

We lead the way in showing that we all need to become our own mini-producers that work together and take the strain off our monthly vegetable bill. Aquaponics gives us that opportunity. Not only are we using 90% less water than any gravel system, but the products produced are also organic and  grow at least three times faster than in a traditional system.

Join the movement and start by attending our Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop. On the course you will find expert advice and as much information as you want as well as tips to show you step by step how to keep your system healthy. Then have a look at our two new home systems the Beast and the Bachelor, which with the help of grow lights can  work wonderfully in your living room.

We are looking forward to sharing our knowledge and change the way we all see food production. By working together, we can build a new future.

Next upcoming Introduction to Aquaponics and Hydroponics Workshop 27 January 2018

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An aquaponics system combines hydroponics with aquaculture in a recirculating system, mimicking many of nature’s natural cycles.

Aquaponic farming avoids chemical fertilizers by using fish to provide nutrients for the plants. The plants grow in a soil-free environment and clean the water for the fish. The fish and plants work together so the water can be recycled indefinitely. You only need to replace water that has evaporated drastically reducing water consumption.

Aquaponics is becoming popular among people concerned about nutrition avoiding artificial additives and making a contribution to protect the environment. You can create an aquaponics garden almost anywhere. You do this by  bringing together light and space using a footprint as small as a single square meter. Once the system is cycling, the need to water or weed is neutralized. More plants can grow in much less space, compared to traditional farming and the plants will grow faster and more robust.

“You feed the fish, the fish feed the plants and the plants clean the water for the fish.”

Fish secrete ammonia mainly through their gills. One genus of bacteria (Nitrosomonas) converts ammonia to nitrite while another genus of bacteria (Nitrobacter) converts nitrite to nitrate. Oxygen is required for these chemical transformations, a process known as nitrification. Plants thrive in the high levels of nitrates with this farming method making it one of the most sustainable forms of farming currently known to man.

Our Services

Introduction to Aquaponics and Hydroponics Workshop

Here at Fresh Life Produce we believe that knowledge is power. We are offering a training course for anyone looking to learn more about sustainable food production methods, whether you are brand new to aquaponics or hydroponics or an experienced grower looking to expand your base of knowledge. This is a comprehensive course covering all  the basics of sustainable food productions methods. We help you […]

Aquaponics Kits Coming soon

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Here at Fresh Life Produce we believe in Ubuntu (“togetherness”). Collectively we as individuals can make a difference. Whether it is sharing information or providing products to your next door neighbor we want to give you the necessary help to become your own mini producer of fresh organic products.

Aquaponics Kits
Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop

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If you have any inquiries about our Rooftop aquaponics system, our home aquaponics systems or you want to join us on our Introduction to Aquaponics workshop, feel free to use the form below. The form will contact us directly.