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close this bookTechnical Guide for Tilapia Farming (CDI, 1998, 51 p.)
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close this folderPART ONE: FISH FARMING NOTIONS
View the documentA. Tilapia
close this folderB. Notions of Tilapia rearing
View the document1. Breeding
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close this folderC. Fish farming sites
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View the document1. Sites with a river boundary
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View the document1. Fry production
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View the document1. Earthen ponds
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close this folderF. Problems for aquaculture projects
View the document1. Pollution
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View the document1. Harvest and transport
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View the document1. Planning of production programmes
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close this folderI. Some criteria used for economic projections
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View the document1. Investments
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close this folderPART TWO: A CHECK LIST FOR THE FEASIBILITY STUDY
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close this folderA. Technical information
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close this folderPART THREE: FISH FARMING EQUIPMENT AND RECOMMENDED EUROPEAN SUPPLIERS
close this folderA. Fish farming equipment
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View the document1. Pumping
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View the documentC. Bibliography
View the documentAnnex: Centre for the Development of Industry: A tool for the Development of Industrial enterprises in ACP countries
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The following information should serve to help the estimation of the technical value of the facilities described when visiting existing fish farms. For further details, it is necessary to refer to the appropriate technical handbooks (see Bibliography).