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Aquaculture information sources for small-scale fish farmers: the case of Ghana

Abstract: The Ghana ministry of fisheries and the ministry of Agriculture provide free extension services and other technical services to fish farmers in Ghana, e.g. producing […]

  • Date of Publication: 2009
  • Author(s): Kwamena K Quagrainie; Stephen Amisah; Charles C Ngugi
  • Type of Document: Scholarly Article

Incorporation of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and Sahar (Tor putitora) into the existing carp polyculture system for household nutrition and local sales in Nepal

Part of the AquaFish Project: Improving Sustainability and Reducing Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture Systems in China, and South and Southeast Asia

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Study on the effectiveness of a pond-based recirculating system for shrimp culture

Part of the AquaFish Project: Improving Sustainability and Reducing Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture Systems in China, and South and Southeast Asia

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Development of indoor recirculating culture systems for intensive shrimp production in China

Part of the AquaFish Project: Improving Sustainability and Reducing Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture Systems in China, and South and Southeast Asia

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Identifying best practices to improve the giant river prawn industry in Thailand

Part of the AquaFish Project: Improving Sustainability and Reducing Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture Systems in China, and South and Southeast Asia

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Assessing the Impacts of CRSP Research: Human Capital, Research Discovery, and Technology Adoption

This project focused on characterizing and assessing AquaFish CRSP’s Phase II (2009 – 2011) investigations.

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Improving Competitiveness of African Aquaculture through Capacity Building, Improved Technology, and Management of Supply Chain and Natural Resources

The overall goal of this continuation project is to develop physical and human capacity for the aquaculture industry in sub-Sahara Africa through new and better technology […]

  • Start Date: 2007
  • End Date: 2013/03/31
  • Project Code: Not Available
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Training in Sustainable Coastal Aquaculture Technologies in Indonesia and the Philippines

Part of the AquaFish Project: Improved Effectiveness and Sustainability of Aquaculture in the Philippines and Indonesia

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Co-sponsorship of “Second International Workshop on the Cultivation and Biotechnology of Marine Algae: An Alternative for Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean”

Part of the AquaFish Project: Developing Sustainable Aquaculture for Coastal and Tilapia Systems in the Americas

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AquaFish CRSP Sponsorship of the Eighth International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture to be Held in Egypt

Part of the AquaFish Project: Developing Sustainable Aquaculture for Coastal and Tilapia Systems in the Americas.

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