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IMPORTANCE OF pH CONTROL IN AQUACULTURE

By Dr Mustapha ABA, Aquaculture Researcher, Fish Nutrition, Morocco. In general, aquaculturists seek to maximize fish production in their ponds by increasing stocking density, feeding rates and aeration power, while striving to maintain adequate oxygen levels by providing aeration, control of other important water quality parameters, whose pH is invariably …

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AQUACULTURE IN AFRICA MEMBER OF WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY AND THE AFRICAN CHAPTER OF WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION OF THE NEW BOARD OF THE AFRICAN CHAPTER OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY

Aquaculture in Africa member of world aquaculture society wishes all the elected members of the board of the African section of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS Africa), good luck and hopes that the African WAS board will contribute to the implementation of an action plan, which will promote and develop …

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HEALTHY FISH, HEALTHY FOOD

By Dr Monique Eloit, Director General, World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) Aquaculture, or aqua-farming, is the fastest-growing food production sector in the world, with nearly 50 per cent of our fish and seafood now coming from dedicated farms. While wild fish catch remains largely stable, aquaculture has grown apace …

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