Scenario of captive production of Clarias magur in India
S. Ferosekhan, S.N. Sahoo, S.S. Giri and S.K. Sahoo | 18 January 2021 | 269 Downloads | .pdf | 1.18 MB | Tags: Freshwater finfish, Hatchery and nursery, India
Clarias magur, locally known as magur, is a well-preferred medium sized catfish among Indian consumers. Difficulties such as shortages of effective inducing agents and the erratic response to induced breeding, low survival in different life stages, slow growth, and lack of effective feeds have been a bottleneck for the wider adoption of this fish by farmers. Hence research institutions, fisheries departments of different states, universities and Krishi Vigyan Kendra have undertaken research to simplify the technology and disseminate it among farmers over the last decade. This article summarises these attempts and describes the present level of its technology practiced in India.
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Aquaculture Asia Magazine, January-March 2021
In this issue:
Exotic trout fisheries resources and potentialities in Uttarakhand; Scenario of captive production of Clarias magur in India; Strategies to reduce feed cost by improving gut health and nutrient utilisation of fish in aquaculture; Fish pituitary gland collection and supply as a vocation in West Bengal, India; Coral trout Plectropomus leopardus aquaculture research and fingerling production in Indonesia; Smartphone app improving smallholder shrimp farming practices in Bangladesh; NACA Newsletter.