pisciculture


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pisciculture

the rearing and breeding of fish under controlled conditions
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The agency has said the cases pertaining to the loans of Rs 394 crore, Rs 160 crore, and Rs 189 crore -- issued between 2009 and 2012 from IDBI's Palangi branch in West Godavari district on the pretext of availing Kisan Credit Cards (KCC) and pisciculture -- fish farming -- loans.
Reducing this pressure improves the competitiveness of the pisciculture sector by reducing costs and increasing sustainability.
Intensive pisciculture caused significant anthropogenic disturbances in the study reservoir.
Karam said orphans and their families were glad for the income-generating schemes such as the sewing machine project, pisciculture project and renovating of orphans' houses.
Since 2013, the numbers of fish farms pointed to a new reality in pisciculture, which migrated to the North of the country, especially with the contribution of Rondonia state (IBGE, 2014).
To improve the exploitation of aquatic habitats (which he compared to agriculture), he suggested developing 'la pisciculture', a term explicitly coined in this lecture, for fish in general and for eel in particular.
Some of the challenges peculiar to the Indian agricultural sector include lack of focus on horticulture, floriculture and livestock and subsidiary occupations like bee keeping, sericulture and pisciculture.
Elle est embauchee par une societe de pisciculture continentale specialisee dans l'elevage de carpes en qualite de responsable de production pendant quatre ans, puis integre en 1996 l'Institut national de recherche halieutique (INRH) a Casablanca.
We are focusing big time on vegetable and fruit farming, pisciculture and other nutritional food supplements.
Saudi Arabia will also achieve self-sufficiency in the fish sector thanks to pisciculture and fish farming in connected bays.
Foued Mestiri : Directeur general par interim de la Peche et de la pisciculture.
The use of recirculation systems in the larviculture stage has had, as a result, the industrialization of pisciculture in several countries, with species such as the Atlantic halibut, Hipoglossus hipoglossus (29), the sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax (25), the African catfish, Clarias gariepinus (13), the Indian rohu, Labeo rohita (28) and the tiger sorubim, Pseudoplatystoma corruscan (2).