Induced Breeding In Indian Major Carps

Induced Breeding In Indian Major Carps Hypophysation refers to breeding fish with pituitary extract. Brazilians developed this technique. In India, H.L.Chaudhary and K.H.Ahi pioneered the use of this technology for major Indian carpets. Incentive breeding methods to encourage fish to release gamete by pituitary extract or the application of hormones …

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Fish Farming types , Techniques For Fish Farming

Fish Farming types, Techniques For Fish Farming  Fish farming techniquesMethods of fish farming Fish farming can range from ‘backyard’ food ponds to large-scale industrial enterprises. The farming system can be expressed in terms of input level. In Extensive fish farming, economic and labor sources are generally scarce. Natural food production …

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Tilapia Fish Farming Complete Guide A to Z

Tilapia Fish Farming Complete Guide A to Z This proposed farm will begin with semi-intensive fish farming techniques, which require water drilling and locally available essential equipment for inland fish farming. The employer can consider the option of a well of tubes and aerators powered by solar energy (for intensive …

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Good characteristics of the pond for fish farming

Good characteristics of the pond for fish farming Freshwater fish are raised in ponds. Water is taken from a lake, stream, well or another natural source is converted into a pond. Water passes through the pond once and then discharges, or can be partially altered to maintain one percent of …

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Fertilization Of Fish Pond, Fertilize of Fish pond

 Fertilization Of Fish Pond, Fertilize of Fish pond Nitrogen and phosphorus are the basic nutrients required for phytoplankton development. In Pakistan, we have two sources of organic fertilizer, poultry and cow manure. Suggested inorganic fertilizers are urea, d ammonium phosphate, single super phosphate, ammonium sulfate and Nitrophos For the following …

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Biofloc Fish Farming , Biofloc Fish Culture

Biofloc Fish Farming , Biofloc Fish Culture It is an innovative and cost-effective technology in which toxic substances for fish and shellfish such as nitrates, nitrites and ammonia can be converted into useful products, that is, protein foods. It is the technology used in the aquaculture system with limited or …

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