Tag: fish sampling

Live fish handling (2015 version)

This lecture addresses key elements in aquaculture practices which are namely: stocking, sampling & harvesting, grading, marking, anesthesia and transportation. This updated version focused more on issues which has been found important based on feedbacks. The lecture has been delivered during the “Fish Culture Development – Africa”, August (2015). http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Live-Fish-Handling-2015.pdf

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Water quality analysis in a Bolivian fish pond – Video (in Spanish)

Video submitted by: Rory Felix Mamani (Bolivia) Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) This short video clip presented very quickly the water quality practices in an earthen pond. Even though, the language of the video Spanish, the contents are easy to follow. The main components shown in the clip are pond …

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Bangladesh aquaculture – Sampling of farmed fish

Credit: Mohamed Mahmudun Nabi (Bangladesh) The two photos show the sampling of farmed fish in a fish farm in Bangladesh. Sampling usually is done on monthly basis using simple gears such as cast net.  Sampling is carried out mainly for feed adjustment, and also for field observation on growth performance and health condition. Typically, a random …

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