An improved traditional shrimp culture technique for increasing pond yield
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Details are given of the technology required for an improved method of extensive shrimp (Penaeus monodon) culture, describing the following: grow out facilities, seed supply, pond preparation and management, harvesting and yield. A financial analysis is also included.
Reprinted June 1989 as Aquaculture Extention manual; no. 15.
Kungvankij, P., Tiro Jr., L. B., Pudadera Jr., B. J., Potestas, I. O., & Chua, T.-E. (1986). An improved traditional shrimp culture technique for increasing pond yield. Bangkok, Thailand: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia.
SeriesAquaculture extension manual; No. 15 | NACA technology series; No. 5
14 leaves : ill.
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