Stocking in ponds

Pond stocking is the beginning of a production cycle and must handled carefully, to avoid any errors that may reduce the quality of fish at harvest.

Self-paced

Languages: English
Countries:
  • Uganda
Price:
  • 100,000/=

About this training

In this training we tackle all the necessary steps during the stocking process from the collection of fingerlings from the hatchery, transporting them to the farm and, finally, putting them into the pond.


What you will learn

  • Before you start
  • When does stocking start
  • Causes of low survival in grow-out ponds
  • How to ensure that most of the fingerlings survive after stocking
  • How to assess the quality of catfish fingerlings
  • How to stock Stress-Free fingerlings
  • Size to Stock
  • Stocking Rates
  • When to Stock
  • How to Stock
  • Records

Authors

Institutes

  • Aquafish1
    AquaFish Innovation Labs
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    Aurbun University (USA)
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    National Fisheries Research Institute (NaFIRRI)

Reviews 3 / 5

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    Kimera Bridget
    Be4 stocking what should one have in mind ( pond size, what quality etc ) coz I see it's important. And I think it's necessary to put more light during transportation of fish for stocking. But all in all good work done thx.
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    Rose
    Senior Research Officer
    NARO- NaFIRRI, Kajjansi
    useful module indeed since the stocking, observation of fish after stocking and the correspond records are vital that farmers often neglect and yet determine what they get out n the end....
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    Alice
    Information Communication Officer
    NaFIRRI
    The contracts of the experts should be attached to every course for the stakeholders to have access to the exerts in case they need more explanations
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    margaret
    senior research officer
    national agricultural research organisation, aquaculture research and development center-kajjansi
    Nice course outline. It might be helpful to also add information on guidelines on appropriate fingerling transportation
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    Gertrude
    Socio-economist
    NaFIRRI
    Very useful information.
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    John
    Senior Research Scientist
    National Fisheries Resources Research Institute
    It be useful to categorize what is good for tilapia and catfish. Also, include actual sources/contacts of certified seed producers
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    Denis Opio
    Fish Nutritionist
    NaFIRRI/ARDC Kajjansi
    Survival of larvae & ultimately number of fingerlings can be dramatically increased by use of live feed