Closing the Loop on Sustainable Farming
  1. Tomatoes tell it all.

    A good performance test for plant fertility and growing conditions is how good are your tomatoes. This outdoor soilless Biogarden gives excellent results.

  2. Bucket Vortex Aerator.

    One of the most important issues with growing fish and plants using organic biomass is aeration. Find out why the Vortex Aerator provides more oxygen using less energy than common air diffusers and venturi valves.

  3. The most practical way to organically fertilize plants ever developed.

    Instead of labor intensive dry composting, try submerging green biomass in water to make a Fertilizer Tea. Anaerobes convert waste in a fraction of the time and a healthy food web finished the job within the grow beds.

  4. The three level Bio-Incubator is versatile and easy to operate.

    This vertical garden supports aquaponics, deep water raft culture and flood and drain biofiltration. You'll grow plenty of plants and fish in a small area with the Bio-Incubator.

  5. Reduce fish dependency through bioponics and become more successful with commercial aquaponics.

    There is no room for inefficiency in the commercial greenhouse. Close the loop on sustainable farming by recycling water, waste and minimizing energy and labor.

At Bioponica we have been studying ways and developing means to help farmers grow more sustainably. What we discovered may surprise you!

Liquid Fertilizer Machine

An inorganic solution that you can call "organic."


Hydroponics, aquaponics and in-ground gardeners can use this low tech system, high performance "machine" to create an organic liquid fertilizer to drench on their crops. Silaged green grasses and cover crops provides a supply of DIY organic fertilizers year round. Hydroponic growers and others using fertigation or drip irrigation tolerates less carbon solids. For sterile bed hydroponic growers more nitrification of liquid organics is necessary. Through a process of fermentation, clarification, aeration and biofiltration organic green biomass is converted to a low ammonia, high nitrate clear liquid. Larger systems produce up to 750 gallons of liquid fertilizer every 3-5 days.


Bucket Vortex System

Aeration is critical to all growers


Fish in ponds, nutrient tanks and aquaponic settings require oxygen to facilitate biological and biochemical processes. The Bucket Vortex Aerator and Water Purifier utilizes natural forces of the hydrocyclone and decomposer organisms for oxygenation, mixing and removal of suspended solids and ammonia. With this three bucket system, growers can expect to produce between 5 gallons up to 55 gallons of fertilizer weekly, simply using household kitchen discards and yard trimmings.



Primordial Soup Fertilizer Teas

Say 'goodbye' to manufactured fertilizers and labor intensive composting.

Primordial Soup fertilizers are made up of dehydrated green biomass blended to create an NPK balance to satisfy the needs of plant and grower. These 100% biobased organic blends all contain a comprehensive array of trace minerals, vitamins and plant growth factors. Choose from three organic NPK fertilizer formulas or if you are growing for a larger area, let us customize a blend and deliver to your greenhouse, warehouse or garden in a super sack.'


The Double Biogarden

How to go vertical without getting too high?

The Double Biogarden is our answer to hydroponic gutter systems and deep water raft culture. Biofiltering grow media hosts microbes and converts organic liquids directly in the grow beds without need for Liquid Fertilizer Machine or nitrate fertilizers. This vertical flood and drain grow system will yield an serious amount of plant growth. The Double Biogarden can be used indoors or out, it is virtually indestructable and easily trasportable. This unit is so versatile it can be modified into a Bio-Incubator or a Liquid Fertlizer Machine.


The Biogarden and Worm Farm

Maintaining habitat for earthworms in the garden.

The Biogarden is a simple two level system for raising plants and fish together. It also can be used as a Worm Farm. When using the Biogarden as a Worm Farm, growers can make use of the tank below worm beds to brew a worm casting tea, continuously. The tank can also be set up to irrigate the grow beds on a timer so that worms never get too dry.

Through the Bioponica method of extracting nutrients from green biomass through low tech anaerobic digestion we can minimize the effort of farming and create a Fertilizer Tea that has been properly aerated and biofiltered to provide a plant ready fertilizer that matches the needs of plants better than any man made fertilizer.


Recycle your own green discards and grass clippings and enjoy knowing your plants are growing organically from a waste-resource that have never before so appreciated.



Bucket Vortex Aerator 5 gal Garden Bucket Peecycler 2/7/5 gal Primordial Soup Tea - All Purpose
Cost $199.00
Cost $299.00
Cost $59.00
Bucket Vortex Aerator 5 gallon Bucket Fertilizer Kit Primordial Soup Fertilizer Tea All Purpose Blend
Vortex Aerator mixes nutrients and oxygenates water. Vortex kit to extract and process nutrients from biomass 5 Gallon pale "All-Purpose" Primoridal Soup fertilizer tea. NPK value of 2:2:2
Liquid Fertilizer Machine 20' Foot Dual Biofilter Dual Clarifier and Dual Tanks Worm Farm with Tea Brewer 10' Dual Biogarden 4'
Cost $6,495.00
Cost $2,284.58
Cost $1,106.98
Worm Farming System 6 SF with 30 gallon tank Grow Bed and Nutrient Tank - 18" wide x 4' long
20' Dual Liquid Fertilizer Machine with fermentation cell, clarifier, aeration tank and biofilter. 10' Raised beds for growing earthworms and castings. Includes frame and drainage valve. Components included. Biogarden 4' with 65 gallon fish tank and 18" plant bed.
Ponce City Market Design Concept Primordial Soup Tea Bags - Coarse
Cost $1.00
Cost $25.00
12 x12" Tea Bag Coarse Mesh
Bioponica's proposal for Jamestown Properties rooftop commercial aquaponics greenhouse complex.
The model was designed to integrated two greenhouse bays with a juice bar, cafe, fresh greens kitchen and Biogarden retail store. Fresh salads and juices supported by organic produce from greenhouse sequesters carbon, reduces overhead and increases profits. Wheatgrass and microgreens are ideal for this location in Atlanta Georgia as the Ponce City Market includes a number of restaurants and cafe's that will benefit to have a local venue to source organic produce. Restaurant kitchen discards would have a place in the Food Plant greenhouse complex as a source of liquid fertilizer. Rainwater collected from gutter connected greenhouses will help keep the Jamestown properties LEED standing high.


Bioponica hopes this installation will come to fruition in 2015. Investors encouraged to contact us for details.

A submersible Tea Bag for decomposing biomass solids to produce liquid nutrients fertilizer and liquid fish feed.