Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Question - Can I raise my own fish?
Answer - Raising your own fish for food is easy, convenient, and doesn't impact the environment as much as large scale aquaculture or wild harvesting. ... Besides feeding your family with home grown fish, you could also take it a step further and start your own indoor fish farm, and start selling your fish for a profit.
Question - What is the easiest fish to raise for food?
Answer - Tilapia. Tastes great and is one of the easiest fish to raise. Tilapia tolerate a wide variety of water conditions, including low oxygen levels and high concentrations of ammonia, and are resistant to diseases and parasites.
Question - How do you grow fish in a tank?
Answer - Layer the bottom of the aquarium with 2 to 3 inches (5-8 cm) of aquarium gravel (that's about 1½ pounds of gravel per gallon of water), or other substrate designed for plants. Add aquarium-plant fertilizer according to the instructions on the label. Fill the aquarium halfway with water. Add plants.
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