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Fish cages in Phewa Lake (Nepal)

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal) Cage culture in Phewa lake was started in 1972 with the technical assistance from Japanese Volunteers to protect the common carp broods when water level in the fish ponds in the Fisheries Research Center dropped. In the present, fish species cultured in these cages are grass, silver and bighead carps. Cage …

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Fish culture in marshy and swampy lands in Nepal

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal): The photo shows swampy land which is managed and used for aquaculture in the central region of Nepal. In background fishermen are harvesting the fish. The management of this practice is done as licensed under community control and ownership. Community stocks and harvests the fish and hence others are not allowed to …

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Community-based aquaculture in gholes (Nepal)

Credit: Deepak Bhusal (Nepal). This is a swampy land that is managed by the community and utilized for aquaculture. It is Tikauli  ghole/Swampy land which is situated in Chitwan District of Nepal. It is one of the best examples of community based aquaculture in gholes. It is under community control. Community stock the fish and harvest it. Others …

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General features of aquaculture dvelopment in Jordan

Credit: Ebraheem al Zubidue (Jordan) Water scarcity in Jordan necessitates the adoption of intensive aquaculture practices which  are carried out in cement or fiberglass tanks are used and whereas aeration using various types of aerators while liquid oxygen is used in a project.  Aquaculture production in Jordan (about 450 tons) is composed of tilapia and …

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Stoking Nallachchiya tank (SriLanka) with tilapia and common carp fingerlings

Credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (SriLanka) Nallachchiya tank which is a large irrigation system presents a model of multiple use of of irrigation water which leads to magnifying its benefits through fish stocking. Tilapia and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) fingerlings are stocked in the tank through the support of Mahaweli Authority of SriLanka (MASL). Fish …

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Fishermen prepare for fishing in Udawalawe tank (SriLanka)

Credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (Sri Lanka): Udawalawe tank (reservoir) was constructed in the mid 1960s by damming the Walawe Ganga River to  develop the irrigation capacity in a target zone. At full supply level, the tank covers an area of about 3400 ha. The photo shows two fishermen prepare for fishing …

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Small-scale fish hatchery in Anuradapura (SriLanka)

Credit: D. S. K. Pitigala and Ananda sugathapala (SriLanka) The photo shows a private small-scale fish hatchery which was established in 2006 and located at Eppawala in Anuradapura. The hatchery-produced fingerlings are those for tilapia, Chinese carps and Indian carps. Production capacity of this hatchery is about 0.8 – 1 million of fingerlings/year. The hatchery is …

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Harvest carp pond (Paraguay) – in Spanish

Credit: David Martin Sykora (Paraguay) Cosecha en estanque de carpas practica de cosecha con piscicultores

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Integrated rice-fish culture

A well-known model of integrated aquaculture-agriculture which has been practiced in countries whereas rice is a key crop. In Egypt, this integrated system is carried out with the support of the government whereas common carp (Cyprinus carpio) is delivered to contributing farms at no cost. The economic advantages of such integrated system include the increase of rice …

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