Comment élever le Tilapia Nilotica (Peace Corps, 1985, 72 pages)
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View the documentChapitre 1: Pourquoi élever du poisson?
View the documentChapitre 2: Le choix du site
View the documentChapitre 3: La construction de l'étang
View the documentChapitre 4: Le remplissage
View the documentChapitre 5: Le plancton et le compost
View the documentChapitre 6: Le chargement
View the documentChapitre 7: L'alimentation des poissons
View the documentChapitre 8: La gestion de l'étang
View the documentChapitre 9: Le transport des alevins
View the documentChapitre 10: La récolte de l'étang
View the documentChapitre 11: La tenue du registre
View the documentChapitre 12: La réparation de l'étang
View the documentChapitre 13: L'agriculture intégrée


Département, Agriculture et Développement Rural

Corps de la Paix des Etats-Unis d'Amérique au Zaïre

texte par Juliann Martel et Nina Narakas
illustré par Moma Banza

Peace Corps
Information Collection & Exchange
Reprint R0056
February 1989


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Elevez le poisson pour la nourriture et le profit