Developing a viable fish farming industry in Nigeria -- an alternative strategy to the strategy in the Green Revolution Programme

Oyatoye, E.T.O. (1983) Developing a viable fish farming industry in Nigeria -- an alternative strategy to the strategy in the Green Revolution Programme. In: 2nd Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON) , 25-27 January, 1982 ,Calabar, Nigeria, pp. 99-111.

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Abstract

A study was embarked upon with the twin objectives of reviewing the Green Revolution Strategy for accelerating fish production in the country and proposing an alternative strategy, a private sector approach. Some of the programmes listed in the Green Revolution are very necessary for developing a viable - fish farming industry and that money spent under such programmes is money well spent. Programmes that are also desirable but need to be considerably expanded were identified. Other programmes have been criticised on the grounds that the method chosen to achieve the desired objectives is fraught with dangers if sufficiently long run view of fisheries development is taken

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Title: Developing a viable fish farming industry in Nigeria -- an alternative strategy to the strategy in the Green Revolution Programme
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Oyatoye, E.T.O.
Volume: 2
Number: 0
Number of Pages: 0
Page Range: pp. 99-111
Date: 1983
Event Title: 2nd Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
Event Type: Conference
Event Location: Calabar, Nigeria
Event Dates: 25-27 January, 1982
Issuing Agency: Fisheries Society of Nigeria
Uncontrolled Keywords: Nigeria; aquaculture development; fish culture
Subjects: Aquaculture
Item ID: 3214
Depositing User: Ms Maria Kalentsits
Date Deposited: 12 May 2010 13:06
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 17:44
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URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/3214

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