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Smallholder aquaculture: sustaining the impact of private investment

In 2010, WorldFish set out to explore the business case for investment in smallholder aquaculture by examining several donor funded projects. Research found that investments in smallholder farmers and their organisations can be commercially viable, creating economic as well as social and environmental benefits.
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I have two fish ponds which have been constructed by cement bricks to avoid water loss. The enterprise is expensive to maintain. Currently I have closed one and the other has tilapia. I want to grow catfish but cannot get fingerlings
posted by: Ninatubu Mathias Lema (13:24:36 Tue 1st October 2013)

I have two fish ponds and each has 3000 fish. the sizes is 400m but they are 4ft deep and my fish is 4months old now. is that stocking rate ok. i just dont know how much feed i should be giving them now daily.
posted by: David Wanyama (06:56:30 Fri 2nd August 2013)

 

 

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