Fish Health and Predator control in ponds
Proper health practices to prevent fish stress and how to minimise fish stress. And also the most common predators and how to control them.
About this training
In this training we tackle maintenance of good fish health which is critical to profitable fish culture. Slow growth, poor feed conversion, low yields, increased disease incidence and mortality, consequently, low profitability are the results of poor fish health.
What you will learn
- Before you start
- Fish Health
- Predators and their control
Reviews 3 / 5
MMargaret Aanyusenior research officernational agricultural research organisation, aquaculture research and development center-kajjansiAdd nutrition-related diseases and how to prevent them. Give guidance on environmentally friendly strategies/measures for predator control. Aquaculture should not be destructive
Wambuzi JuliusAssistant LibrarianNaFIRRI-ARDCDouble check with the content
John WalakiraSenior Research ScientistNational Fisheries Resources Research InstituteInclude types of diseases, prevention, collecting sick samples, reporting disease outbreaks, who are the competent authorities
AAliceInformation Communication OfficerNaFIRRIInclude common fish diseases on the course outline
Denis OpioFish NutritionistNaFIRRI/ARDC KajjansiFeeding is a double-edged sword as far as stress management is concerned. Good feeding improves production, excessive feed input fouls the water leading to stress