Tag Archive: Malaysia

Feb 28 2017

Climate change in Malaysia

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Nov 29 2016

Development of tilapia aquaculture in Malaysia

  Photos’ credit: Farahiyah ilyana Jamaludin (Malaysia) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted picture shows the culture of red tilapia in cement tanks in Terengganu, Malaysia. Red tilapia hybrid was introduced in 1980s and since then there has been a steadily increase in the contribution of tilapias to freshwater aquaculture …

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Nov 05 2016

Long-line culture of green mussel in Malaysia

Photos’ credit: Farahiyah ilyana Jamaludin (Malaysia) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The green mussel (Perna viridis) has a commercial importance and considered a good candidate for aquaculture because of its production characterizes especially its higher growth which enables reaching commercial sizes after a relatively short period of time. Moreover, …

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Mar 05 2015

Small-scale cage culture of red tilapia in Perak River, Malaysia

This project has been developed by a group of trainees who participated during 2014 in the “Fish Culture Development” training course” which is hosted by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). The proposed location of this project is Perak River, Malaysia. The proposed project covers the small-scale cage culture. The rationality of the project …

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Dec 08 2014

Displaying Pangasius in Temerloh District, Malaysia

Credit: Vui Kien Liew (Malaysia) The two photos show how fish farmers design a fish stall and display their fish. These photos were taken in Temerloh District, aka where Pangasius is the most famous and popular fish species in this region. This catfish was introduced from Thailand in the 1980’s and was successfully induced bred …

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Nov 18 2014

Cage culture of freshwater catfish, (Pangasius Sutchi) in Pahang River (Malaysia)

Credit: Vui Kien Liew (Malaysia) The freshwater catfish, (Pangasius Sutchi) which is locally known in Malaysia as “Patin” is among the popular freshwater fish in Malaysia. The species is also among the main species reared in cages along Pahang River. The photos show a cage farm for the Pangasius Sutchi. Typically a cage farm consists …

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Nov 02 2014

Eco-friendly commercial cage tilapia farm in Temenggor Lake, Malaysia

Credit: Vui Kien Liew (Malaysia) Review: Vui Kien Liew and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The inserted photos have been taken in a state-of-art commercial cage farm for tilapia. The farm was set up in 2008 as an eco-friendly aquaculture facility and operates within an Industrial Aquaculture Zone in Temenggor Lake in …

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Nov 02 2012

Cage culture of Pangasius sutcthi in Temerloh Pahang (Malaysia)

Credit: Adibi Rahiman (Malaysia) The photos show the cage culture of Pangasius sutcthi in Temerloh Phang whereas more than 856 cages owned by 175 farmers are in operation. (according to the data of 2006). The culture period ranges from 6- 8 months. In general, the operation demonstrated economic viability.  Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order …

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Oct 20 2012

Pen culture of fish in paddy irrigation canals in Malaysia

Credit: Adibi Rahiman (Malaysia) The photos show the fish farming practice of in pens placed in paddy irrigational canals. The main farmed fish in this system are red tilapia and/or Pangasius. The culture period for both species ranges from 6-8 months. This farming system was found economically visible. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos …

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