Concept of seed production of Heteropneustes fossilis in farmers' fields in West Bengal, India
Md. Shied Mondal and Subrato Ghosh | 4 October 2018 | 160 Downloads | .pdf | 963.49 KB | Tags: Freshwater finfish, Hatchery and nursery, India
The freshwater catfish Heteropneustes fossilis is a high-priced fish, well regarded in India for its nutritional and medicinal properties. The first successful induced breeding of this fish was in 1956 at Bangalore Central College (under the then Mysore University), although seed production was not standardised until 2000, at ICAR-CIFA, Bhubaneswar. This article describes broodstock maintenance, induced breeding techniques and the nursing of H. fossilis larvae in small ponds for sale in fish seed markets.
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Aquaculture Asia Magazine, October-December 2018
In this issue:
Concept of seed production of Heteropneustes fossilis in farmers' fields in West Bengal, India; Fishing gear and practices in flood waters of Assam; Fisherwomen empowerment: Shedding light on the invisible gender; Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture systems: A solution of sustainability.