Greenhouse boost to fish cultivation

Published on: 08/27/2013
Source : The Times of India

GUWAHATI: Winter is a month of woes, for fish farmers at least. Conventional fisheries struggle to breed fingerlings (a young or small fish) during adverse climates. However, these drawbacks are soon to be a thing of the past with Jorhat-based Assam Agriculture University (AAU) coming up with a method that makes fish farming in greenhouses possible.Usually, greenhouse technology uses con...

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August 27, 2013

This is an excellent idea. As fish breeding does not need much space, this technology could be applied succsessfully in order to supply seeds on time.


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ADEWOLE, ADEYEMO MUNIRU ADEWOLE, ADEYEMO MUNIRU
Animal Nutritionist
August 28, 2013
That is a good job. how adaptable and what is the cost implication of the technology
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Ruhul Amin Ruhul Amin
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
August 28, 2013
Thanks you very much for sharing the great idea. Curious to know about the detail materials and methods as well as results.
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Graeme Rolston Graeme Rolston
Education
September 16, 2013
Greenhouse production of commercial quantities of Lates sp. over 15 years gives us a lot of experience in facility design and fish production technology.

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