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Aquaponics in Malaysia: the characteristics and cost


Aquaponics in Malaysia is gaining strength as an alternative method of soilless cultivation. Some common crops that Malaysians grow are chives, Chinese cabbage, peppers, lettuce, bitter gourd, ginger, mangoes and even edamame and Japanese rock melons.

At the local level, the business landscape of aquaponics is more centered regarding the provider of things and training on how to install aquaponics in your home.

To help assess the growing demand for aquaponics, Dr. Richard shared with Vulcan Post that they were able to set up 60 farm units in Malaysia and abroad in countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Japan, Slovenia and the United States since inception 2 years ago.

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