Tag: Egypt.

Nov 10 2017

Fish Culture Development training course – EICA – Egypt (2017 Updated)

  This is an updated group picture accommodating the participants who joined the course after few days from the start. This 10-week course has been annually supported since 1988 by the Egyptian Government as represented in the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA). The course is delivered through variety of training tool including lectures, practical …

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Oct 24 2017

Fish Culture Development training course (Africa) – 2017 – Egypt – Updated

The present 10-week course is being organized by EICA in partnership with FAO. In this course, I delivered my first lecture when the attendants were seven participants.  In few days, the target participation has been achieved. The 14 course participants are: Gideon Gicheru, Jesee Maina Nyokabi and Mercy maiyo (Kenya), Muriisa Emmanuel (Rwanda);  Assam Eldeen …

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Oct 17 2017

Collection and distribution of captured mullet fry in Egypt – Video

Video credit: Sherif Sadek (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)   Egypt continues to be the world leader in mullet aquaculture, producing over 157,000 tons in 2015 whereas the culture of mullet relies solely on the collection of wild seed. The collection of wild fry in Egypt in designated sites …

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Oct 05 2017

Fish Culture Development (regular training course – 2017 – EICA – Egypt)

I delivered my first lecture today morning in Fish Culture Development (regular training course). This 10-week course has been annually supported since 1988 by the Egyptian Government as represented in the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA). As usual, lectures in the course are delivered in English while simultaneous interpretation into French and Spanish takes place. …

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Oct 02 2017

Development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture (2017 updated)

    This file is a copy of my very recent lecture on the development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture. With the support of official figures, I did my best to analyse and predict the mode of development as well as the possible challenge. Among the key figures presented in the lecture is the new …

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Oct 02 2017

Fish Culture Development training course (Africa)- 2017 – Egypt

It is always a pleasure to contribute to the training courses organized by the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA). The present 10-week course is being organized by EICA in partnership with FAO. I delivered the opening lecture today afternoon with the attendance of seven participants expecting more participants will join the course in the …

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Sep 23 2017

Culture of marble rabbit fish (Siganus rivulatus) in shrimp ponds in Egypt

Photo credit: Sherif Sadek (Egypt) Review: Sherif Sadek and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted photo shows samples of marble rabbit fish (Siganus rivulatus) cultured in a marine shrimp farm located in the Diba Triangle Zone (Egypt). The purpose of incorporating the rabbit fish which has been stocked around …

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Aug 15 2017

Sole culture in shrimp ponds in Egypt

Photos credit: Sherif Sadek (Egypt) Review: Sherif Sadek and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)   The farm is located near Port-Said whereas this Exploratory testing of the culture of Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis) in the ponds of the brown shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus). This is the first time to practice such polyculture system in …

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Jul 16 2017

Green tilapia: annoying in shrimp ponds but rewarding on market display (Egypt)

Photos credit: Sherif Sadek (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Green tilapia (Tilapia zillii) is usually treated as an unwanted species in fish ponds because the species matures at younger age and smaller size compared to farmed tilapia species such as Nile tilapia (the specimens shown –based on their …

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Jun 24 2017

Nile perch swim bladder from neglecting to trading (video)

Typically, swim bladder in fish contains gas (usually oxygen) and functions as a hydrostatic organ, enabling the fish to maintain its depth without floating upward or sinking. Nile perch (Lates niloticus) is a luxury fish with high commercial value in Africa especially when exported. Upon processing Nile perch not long ago, whether in local markets or for export, …

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