Tag: Compensatory growth

Application of compensatory growth in fish

The role of fish hatchery is to produce healthy and high quality fry or fingerlings in sufficient numbers according to the operation plan of the hatchery. Therefore and in reference to the “compensatory growth” phenomenon in fish, hatcheries are not supposed to produce large-size fingerlinger on the cost of their number (unless economically justified). In …

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Planning of Aquaculture Projects

This presentation addresses the key elements in the planning process of aquaculture projects. The importance of site selection along with water requirements have been focused on. Also, fish candidates in relation to production as well as market elements have been focused on. Classifying farming systems have been attempted. For illustration purposes, case studies have been …

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