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29 May 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Rural Aquaculture: New Indian Government Go Inland
INDIA - The new government is planning to give a major thrust to the fisheries sector, particularly inland fisheries. ...
27 May 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Indian Seafood Exporters Vie for New Ministry
INDIA - A seafood exporters' lobby in Kerala has urged the government to create a separate ministry for fisheries....
19 May 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Indian Prawn Project Ends in Pollution
INDIA - It was a project that could have doubled the yield of freshwater prawns in Gujarat. But 10 years on, the freshwater prawn seed hatchery in Umarwada stands...
30 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India White Spot Disease Threatens Kerali Shrimp Farmers
INDIA - Shrimp farming is a means of livelihood for thousands of Keralites residing along the state’s coastline, but a sudden attack of white spot disease is threatening...
27 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Seed Production Techniques Could Net Oyster Farms
INDIA - Developing value additions in mariculture and focusing on the domestic market are likely to counter losses in seafood export due to the global meltdown....
24 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Indian Fish Farms Get Intensive with $123 Million
INDIA - Technologies for intensive aquaculture could be used to improve fish yields in more than 800,000 hectares of water. ...
22 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India A Modern Message for Indian Aquaculture
INDIA - A seminar on profitable fish farming was recently held in Tamil Nadu....
Global Fish Farming News from India New Guidelines for Aquaculture in Farms and Tanks
INDIA - The National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) has announced guidelines to help fulfil the country's aquaculture potential through a set of intensive farming...
15 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Formulated Feed for Carnivorous Fish Released
INDIA - Under the World Bank funded National Agricultural Innovation project (NAIP) A value chain on oceanic tuna fisheries in Lakshadweep sea, a formulated feed...
02 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India India Relieved of US Shrimp Duties
INDIA - Giving a major relief to the Indian shrimp exporters, the US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) has recently withdrawn the customs bond requirement imposed...
01 April 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Last Chance for Farmers to Register in India
INDIA - Sea food exporters will not purchase aquaculture produce from farmers who have not registered themselves with the Coastal Aquaculture Authority (CAA),...
31 March 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Cobia to be Bred for Commercial Production
INDIA - In six months, researchers hope to give India's marine aquaculture export a leg-up by developing a technology to breed the Cobia (Rachycentron canadum),...
23 March 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Shrimp Farms Turning Toxic Waste to Food
KOCHI, KERALA, INDIA - Fish feed waste and its impact on water-bodies are a major source of worry for the fisheries industry, but now researchers claim to have...
18 March 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Mussel Project Repeats in Goa
INDIA - Aimed at the grassroot level of the population, fisheries research always gives the institutions involved a reason to rejoice. Now it is the turn of the...
27 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India New Fish Feed Sees Strong Asian Demand
INDIA - Yeo Keng Joon, who heads Bharat Luxindo, is cautiously upbeat about business prospects despite the weakening global economic climate....
24 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India A Lesson in Parasite Infections
INDIA - Experts from Queen's University are in India today to advise the country on how it can reduce parasitic infections which destroy plants and animals....
Global Fish Farming News from India Kuttanad Convert Paddy Fields to Scampi Farms.
KERALA, INDIA - If the paddy cultivation, be it organic or non-organic, were a viable proposition, the paddy farmers in Kerala’s granary, Kuttanad, would not have...
13 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Model Markets Help India Squeeze Fish Profits
INDIA - The Indian government has set itself a new target - to increase fish production by 50 per cent in just three years. ...
10 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Bringing New Technology to Old Indian Tribes
INDIA - A series of five field days on freshwater aquaculture were recently held at Bhubaneswar to educate tribal communities on modern aquaculture techniques...
06 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India India Gives Nod to 145 Aquaculture Ponds
INDIA - The District Aquaculture Committee (DAC) has given permission for 145 aquaculture ponds out of 180 for which applications were made....
03 February 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Chennai Welcomes a New Wave of Fish Farmers
CHENNAI, INDIA - With a target to increase the country’s fish production to over 10 million tonnes (mt) by the end of the 11th Plan from the current 6.5 mt,...
28 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Haryana Hooked on Fish Production
INDIA - The Haryana farmers are increasingly getting hooked to fishery as a major source of employment and income supplement as the fish production growth rate...
23 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Research Keeps Indian Aquaculture Afloat on Top
INDIA - The Indian aquaculture is striving thanks to beneficial developments made by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research last year....
22 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India India's Marine Exports Down in 2008
INDIA - The global financial meltdown seems to have taken its toll on the export of marine products from India with the business recording a 10 per cent slump...
21 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Call for Boost to Aquaculture
INDIA - India's state governments have been urged to set aside more land for aquaculture enterprises because of teh tremendous employment opportunities they hold....
19 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Aquaculture's Solution to Poverty
INDIA - Aquaculture has proved to be a effective weapon in removing poverty and malnutrition in India, observed Dr AE Eknath, director of Central Institute of Freshwater...
16 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Kankarta Deploys Seabed Cages to Culture Fish
INDIA - The fishermen of coastal Karnataka may soon be finding a new method of fishing if a project, launched by the Mangalore Research Centre of the Kochi-based...
12 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India Indian Fisheries Ordered to Register
INDIA - The Marine Product Export Development Authority has instructed aquaculture farmers to undergo the compulsorily process of registration with the authority....
07 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from India India Gets Technical in Bid to Boost Aquaculture
INDIA - Chief Regional Manager of Indian Overseas Bank Geetha P. Shetty has stressed the need for adopting innovative technologies in aquaculture to tap its huge...
23 December 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Rare Fish Found in Orissa
INDIA - A rare species of fish weighing about 97 kg has been found in river Kharasrota in Jajpur district of Orissa....
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