Tag: integration

Rice-fish culture in Madagascar (development and outlook)

Photo credit: BE Jean Jacques Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal The integration between rice and fish is an old practice in Madagascar that goes back to around 1900. The practice began with several fish species which are namely common carp (Cyprinus carpio), goldfish (Carassius auratus), and black diamond cichlid (Paratilapia pollen). Recently, tilapia is being …

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Rwanda – integrated fish-rabbit farming – in French

Credit: Leandre Ndahayo (Rwanda) Les étangs ci –contre sont a la fin de leurs construction et les membres de la cooperative suggerent le  type d’élevage semi- extensive avec la fertilization naturelle d’où la construction des clapiers. Après la construction des clapiers  la cooperative achète les lapins de race améliorée pour la féritilisation des étangs; au depart …

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Intensive desert farming of marine fish in Egypt – Video

Video and information credit: Sherif Sadek (Egypt)            Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal Even though the written text is in Arabic, the activities as shown in the video are clear and self-explained. The location of this project is in the desert whereas the underground water is the water source of the …

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Small-scale aquaculture and rural development in Thailand

Credit: Worawut Koedprang (Thailand) The small-scale aquaculture in rural areas has followed the Sufficiency of Economic Philosophy of His Majesty The King Bhumibol. Small fish ponds were constructed in the backyards whereas tilapia or catfish are cultured in integration systems with plant crops. The production out of these farming units goes first to family consumption while …

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Integrating large animals in a small-scale fish farm in Nyagasambu, Rwanda

Credit: Emmanuel Hahirwabasenga and Rwigiriza Augustin Kanimba (Rwanda) These photos show the integration of large animals as source of fertilizer in a small-scale fish farm owned by cooperative farmers in Nyagasambu site. The number of animals is sufficient to produce enough manure as required by the fish farm. Note: We decided not to watermark the …

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Rural empowerment through establishment of biovillages in India

This presentation is the outcome of team work for trainees who participated in the annual training course which is hosted by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). This particular project addresses the potential role biovillages can play in rural development in India. The project components include aquaculture, live stock production and other supplementary systems …

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