Title : Tilapia fish farming in Pacific Island countries Volume: 2 Tilapia Grow-out in Ponds
Source : SPC
Date : 2005
Keywords : Tilapia ; Grow-out
Abstract : This training manual is intended for use by fisheries extension officers, staff or rural community development projects, school teachers or other people responsible for imparting good fish-culture practices to people engaged in tilapia fish farming in Pacific Island countries. Compared with Volume 1, Tilapia Hatchery Operation, this volume assumes less biological knowledge and has more emphasis on practical techiques for raising tilapia in ponds. This makes it more suitable for people who are new to fish farming, or who only want to be involved in the growout of tilapia.
Title : Tilapia fish farming in Pacific Island countries Volume: 1 Tilapia Hatchery Operation
Source : SPC
Date : 2005
Keywords : Tilapia ; hatchery
Abstract : This training manual is intended for use by fisheries extension officers, staff or rural community development projects, school teachers or other people with some basic knowledge of biology, to help them impart fish-culture practices to people engaged in tilapia fingerling production. It can also be used by more advanced fish farmers who want to further improve thier skills and thier self-reliance by producing thier own tilapia fry and fingerlings.
Authors: Gideon Tiroba and Mahuri Robertson
Title: Seaweed quality manual. A practical guide for: seaweed farmers, buying agents, fisheries officers and exporters
Date : 2006
Keywords: Solomon Islands, Seaweed farming, quality, manual
Abstract: This manual is designed for farmers, buying Agents, exporters and Fisheries Officers who play an important role in achieving the required quality of seaweed for export. The purpose of this manual is to educate farmers to understand the importance of good quality seaweed, the role they play and the benefits they can achieve. This manual also provides guidance for buying agents, exporters and fisheries officers for the roles they perform to improve and maintain the required quality of seaweed.
Title: Sandfish hatchery techniques
Source: SPC/WorldFish Center
Date : 2006
Keywords: Sand Fish, New Caledonia, Worldfish center
Abstract: This manual is designed to help government agencies and members of the private sector interested in implementing any of these ways of increasing production of sandfish by outlining the basic methods for spawning and rearing juvenile sandfish. It builds on the pioneering work done in 1988 at the Tuticorin Research Centre of CMFRI (Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute) in India and is based largely on methods developed and applied
by the WorldFish Center (formerly ICLARM) in Solomon Islands, Vietnam and New Caledonia.
Authors: By Cathy Hair, Regon Warren, Ambo Tewaki and Ronnie Posalo
Title: Post larval Fish Capture and grow- out
Source: Australian Government, Australian Center for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)
Date : 2007
Keywords: Manual about a new method to catch valuable fish and crustaceans Pacific islanders.Abstract: This manual is about a new method for Pacific islanders to catch valuable fish and crustaceans (lobster and shrimp) to supply the aquarium trade. This new method is called â€˜capture and grow-outâ€™ and it involves three steps: 1) catching fish and crustaceans in their postlarval state, 2) growing, or rearing, them to a marketable size and 3) selling them for profit. This manual will explain the stages involved in setting up a â€˜capture and grow-outâ€™ operation and will help you decide if this business is right for you and your community.