Tagged: aquaculture

Carp Culture in the Backyard

Carp is robust fish, capable of muddying the water and tearing bottom vegetations. It prefers shallow bodies of water and feeds on almost anything found underneath like insects, shells, and worms. If cultured or domesticated,...

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Backyard Aquaponics

Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soil-less plant culture). Aquaponics is the ideal answer to a fish farmer’s problem of disposing of nutrient rich water and a hydroponic grower’s need for...

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Modern Way of Producing Tilapia Fingerlings

Because of the high demand for tilapia fingerlings, many tilapia-farmers have found a modern way of producing tilapia fingerlings in an easy and simple step-by-step method. As long as the demand for fingerlings exists, producing...

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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...

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