Tag: tilapia culture

Country report – Libya (2015)

Owner of the report:  Abdallah Elmgawshi (Libya) Permission has been granted by Abdallah to publish the report on this site The report started with key cultural issues and economic activities especially in regard to the petroleum and natural gas. Most of the report has been devoted to aquaculture (freshwater and marine) while briefly passing on capture …

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Use of algae in tilapia feeding in Benin

Credit: Ismael Radwan (Egypt) The photos show the bloom and collection of algae from a body of water. This algae species is well accepted by tilapia in addition to its adequate nutritional value. The algae are offered to tilapia in its original shape (unprocessed). This type of algae is characterized by its fast growth and …

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Semi-intensive culture of tilapia in Peru

Credit: Carlos Calderón Deza via: Wilder Rodriguez Arteaga (Peru) In this production system, ponds of acreages from 0.5 to 3 acres are used with water exchange that ranges from 15 to 30% per day of the entire volume of the pond. In this system, aerators are used with aeration intensity that depends on the intensification level (ranges …

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Culture and marketing of tilapia species in Peru (in Spanish)

Credit: David Humberto Mendoza Ramirez (Peru) El cultivo de tilapia (Oreochromis sp., tilapia roja) se desarrolla en selva alta y en la costa norte aprovechando las represas y recientemente en jaulas, existe tecnología disponible. El nivel de producción es de mayor escala (más de 50 TM/año) y menor escala (más de 2 MT/año). El principal mercado …

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A model of tilapia farming in Lebanon

Credit: Samir Majdalini (Lebanon) [gview file=”http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/A-model-of-Tilapia-culture-in-Lebanon.pdf”]    

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Water path in a closed aquaculture system for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Egypt -B (Video)

This video focused on the indoor component of the closed system for tilapia aquaculture. The videos shows the water discgarge (effluents) from tilapia tanks located under a green house.Water discharge is pumped to an overhead reservoir and from there water is showered over the biological filter and then after to the grow-out tilapia tanks.  

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