Category: Aqua Business

08
May
2020

Tips for Regulating Fish Tank Water Temperature

Temperature control is essential for aquarium fish to keep them comfortable and healthy. While most fish can handle minor changes in water temperature, the same does not go for substantial fluctuations which could result in: Plant decay or algae growth that can influence the chemical balance in the aquarium. Excessive...

13
Feb
2020

Tilapia Grow-out in Ponds

Known as the “aquatic chicken,” the TILAPIA is a poor man’s fish that grows fast and breeds easily in captivity. It is considered as one of the easiest fishes to culture. It is also relatively tolerant to a wide range of salinity & temperature levels. Moreover, farming tilapia requires minimal...

28
Jan
2020

Mudcrab (Alimango) Culture and Fattening

To produce food through aquaculture without sacrificing the environment is an apt description for the culture or fattening of mudcrab in mangrove areas. The use of net enclosures in mangroves or tidal zones offers a better alternative to pond culture. It also promotes a better image for brackishwater aquaculture that...

17
Jan
2020

Small-scale Milkfish Aquaculture Technologies

Milkfish is considered the most important aquaculture species grown in the country. It is widely grown in 7 out of the 16 regions of the country, majority of which are in Central Luzon, Northwestern Luzon, and Western Visayas. In 2005 alone, the production of milkfish rose to nearly 52% or...

30
Dec
2019

Seed Production of Asian Catfish

Asian Catfish, locally known as hito to Tagalogs, paltat to Ilocanos, pantat to Cebuanos and Ilonggos, and ito to Pampangeños, is one of the most important freshwater food fishes not only in the Philippines, but in the whole of Southeast Asia. Catfish culture requires less area, can tolerate poor water...

28
Oct
2019

Grow-out Culture of Giant Freshwater Prawn

Macrobrachium rosenbergii is an indigenous species in the Philippines. It is locally known as ulang, udang, kising-kising, and pahe. Giant freshwater prawn has impressive growth performance and is able to survive and grow in turbid conditions. This species breed in saline water then move upstream from their spawning ground towards...