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Tag: tilapia

Nov 02 2011

Open system for tilapia spawning using hapas in Egypt

The photo shows an open-system for tilapia hatchery in Egypt. This type of hatcheries is based on hapas placed in earthen ponds. The advantage of such system is mainly economical as well as the ability to nurse fry in nursing hapas in this open system. However, because the spawning in this system takes place during …

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Nov 02 2011

Greenhouse-type tilapia hatcheries

Greenhouses when used as tilapia hatcheries in temperate countries such as Egypt would enable early spawning and help extend the spawning season. Durability of plastic sheets determines the frequency of its replacement and so the cost involved. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its clarity. However, we trust …

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Sep 30 2011

Small-scale freshwater fish hatchery in Sierra Leone

The justification of this project proposal relied on the modest status of aquaculture (40 tons) compared to the high demand on fish in Sierra Leone. The annual production target of this project is a million tilapia fingerlings. The location of the project has been specified and so human resources. Hapa system has been the chosen system for the …

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Sep 27 2011

Fish farm project in Madagascar (in French)

This proposal covers a fish farm project in Madagascar. The background information and justifications led to the formulation of this project which has been developed by a team of trainees who participated during 2010 in the Fish Culture Development training course which is annually hosted by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). The objectives of this …

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Sep 25 2011

Small-scale fish farming in Senegal (in French)

This project proposal addresses the small-scale fish farming in Senegal. The propsed location of the project is Tambacounda province. Farming and marketing of Nile tilapia and African catfish is the main objective of this proposed project. The rationality of this project in this specific location is based on the geographic distance from landing sites as …

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Sep 23 2011

Establishing a red tilapia hatchery in Colombia (in Spanish)

This project proposal targets to establish a red tilapia hatchery in Buenaventura (Colombia) for the production of red tilapia fingerlings as required by farming operations in Colombia based on current and predicted tilapia production till 2015 especially red tilapia whereas the demand for red tilapia fingerlings has been estimated till 2015. The specific objective of the hatchery is …

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Sep 21 2011

Farming of red tilapia in Colombia (in Spanish)

The objective of this poject is to promote intensive farming of red tilapia in earthen ponds in Colombia. Technology transfer to potential red tilapia producers is attempted. The project identifies and describes the facility whereas the project is taking place (El Centro Producivo- AmericaLatinella). Farming system is described including stocking density, nutrition, and aeration. Farming system during …

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Sep 21 2011

Establishing of a semi-intensive all-male tilapia farm in Madagascar (in French)

This project has been developed by a group of trainees who participated during 2010 in the Warm Water Fish Production training course which is hosted by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA) in partnership with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The project is proposed for Moramanga region (Madagascar). The project components include the rationality of …

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