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Aquaponics: How to Do Everything - from Backyard Setup to Profitable Business
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The main issue I had with reading this was the number of times the author would repeat the same words and phrases over and over needlessly. YES, I GOT IT after you said it the second time. Stop saying the same things over and over! The same phrase about how fish need oxygen was said with the exact same words four times within six paragraphs. Other phrases were repeated near verbatim to the point where I had to put the Kindle down and scream, begging for more information and less preaching about how organic the system is and to avoid GMOs. I understand GMOs are bad, there was a whole chapter dedicated to explaining the broader issues with the food industry, I don't need that in the chapter where I want to learn the difference between siphon types! One chapter about the benefit of organics is informative, but saying it in almost every single page is preaching. People don't want to be preached at.
TL;DR: Great and informative book, but repetitive to the point of near madness for me. Will keep it as a reference.
Multiple times through the book the reader is directed to a Web site that is non-functional. If I wanted to use the web I wouldn't have bought a book. I use this volume very little and hope to re-sell it on Amazon.
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It is a fact that the book explores most of the interesting part of Aquaponics...Read more