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Better management practices, Genetics and biodiversity, Hatchery and nursery, Health and welfare, Inland aquaculture, Marine finfish, Nutrition and feeding, Molluscs (shellfish and other), Shrimp, India, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Freshwater prawns, Water quality, Echinoderms (sea cucumbers, urchins)
Editorial Changes to Aquaculture Asia
Sustainable Aquaculture Fertilisation, soil and water quality management in small-scale ponds part II: Soil and water quality management.
S. Adhikari Fisheries and aquaculture activities in Nepal.
Tek Gurung Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: A knowledge-base for rural aquaculture.
Farmers as Scientists: Commercialisation of giant freshwater prawn culture in India.
M.C. Nandeesha Aquaculture in reservoir fed canal based irrigation systems of India - a boon for fish production.
K.M. Rajesh, Mridula R. Mendon, K.N. Prabhudeva and P. Arun Padiyar
Research and Farming Techniques Production and grow-out of the Black-lip pearl oyster
Pinctada margaritifera. Idris Lane Breeding of carps using a low-cost, small-scale hatchery in Assam, India: A farmer proven technology.
S.K. Das Genes and Fish: Hybridisation - more trouble than its worth?
Graham Mair Breeding and culture of the sea cucumber
Holothuria scabra in Vietnam. R. Pitt and N.D.Q. Duy The potential use of palm kernel meal in aquaculture feeds.
Wing-Keong Ng Using a Simple GIS model to assess development patterns of small-scale rural aquaculture in the wider environment.
Simon R. Bush Aquaculture fundamentals: Getting the most out of your feed.
Marine finfish Section Status of marine finfish aquaculture in Myanmar.
U Khin Kolay Regional training course on grouper hatchery production.
Aquatic Animal Health Advice on aquatic animal health care: Problems in
Penaeus monodon culture in low salinity areas. Pornlerd Chanratchakool
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Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
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