Platon, Rolando R.
Design, operation and economics of a small-scale hatchery for the larval rearing of sugpo, Penaeus monodon Fab.
Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines,
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. Aquaculture Department,
(Aquaculture Extension Manual, 1)
One of the major problems in the mass production of sugpo is how to obtain a constant supply of fry. Since ultimately it is the private sector which should produce the sugpo fry to fill the needs of the industry, the Barangay Hatchery Project under the Prawn Program of the Aquaculture Department of SEAFDEC has scaled down the hatchery technology from large tanks to a level which can be adopted by the private sector, especially in the villages, with a minimum of financial and technical inputs. This guide to small-scale hatchery operations is expected to generate more enthusiasm among fish farmers interested in venturing into sugpo culture. (PDF contains 34 pages)
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||Design, operation and economics of a small-scale hatchery for the larval rearing of sugpo, Penaeus monodon Fab.
|Platon, Rolando R.|
||Aquaculture Extension Manual
||Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. Aquaculture Department
|Place of Publication:
||Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines
||Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center
||crustacean culture; hatcheries; Penaeus monodon; giant tiger shrimp culture; economic aspects; giant tiger shrimp; Philippines
||07 Aug 2010 13:10
||29 Sep 2011 16:35
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