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  1. Written with exceptional clarity by a scientist and pioneer in the field, it thoroughly researches and describes every conceivable aspect of aquaculture, from underlying scientific concepts to step-by-step instructions for each type, size, and phase of culture. Numberous species are discussed in...
  2. 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.
  3. 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...
  4. South American dwarf cichlids are popular for their coloration, size, ease of care, and other attributes. This book covers all known aquarium species and describes more than twenty new species, along with three new genera recently discovered. Written by two prominent authorities on the subject,...
  5. The purpose of this manual is to assemble in one book the basic concepts needed for successful planning and development of freshwater fish culture, and to introduce them in a simple way.
  6. 1994-01-01 The Handbook onn Small-Scale Freshwater Fish Farming provides a wealth of simply presented and illustrated information on freshwater fish farming in ponds, pens and cages, compiled from five booklets published on the subject in FAO's Better Farming Series between 1979 and 1990. Here is an...
  7. Rice is presently grown in 113 countries. Rice farming also offers a suitable environment for the culture of fish and other aquatic organisms. This publication synthesizes the available information on the role that aquaculture can play in rice-based farming systems towards food security and...