1. 1976-01-01 56 pages, illustrated, tables
  2. Key Resource 1990-01-19 This manual is written for farmers to help them learn how to build ponds and raise fish as a way of producing nutritious food, and building healthy communities. It can also be used by development workers and extension agents as a training tool. 75 pages, illustrated
  3. Notebook of resources, illustrated 2 copies
  4. This book is only an introduction to fish culture which is useful to this country since all countries all over the world are spending much time and money to discover which of the fish commonly found in their waters will grow well in ponds.
  5. This publication reports on experimentation during the summer of 1980 where the effects of fertilization and the removal of settleable solids were studied.
  6. Freshwater Fish Pond Culture and Management is a how-to-manual. It is designed as a working and teaching tool for extension agents. It is for their use as they establish and/or maintain local fish pond operations.
  7. This book is intended to help fish farmers understand the basic principles of modern fish farming.
  8. This Agrodok aims at provideing basic information on how to set up a small-scale fish farm for subsistence purposes. The first part describes the principles of fish farming, types of fish farms, methods of fish farming, and pond maintenance and monitoring. Also included is a section on...
  9. This publication includes a review of tilapia aquaculture in the Americas. It is for the wanting to advance the worldwide growth of tilapia to meet human needs in a sustainable manner.
  10. This manual is organized to provide basic information on the biology of North American Acipenseridae in the early sections, followed by sections containing specific information on practical hatchery techniques. The basic information covers the natural distribution of the species and biological...