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Paper Id: IJARW1249
Title: MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE BREEDING CONDITIONS OF HETEROBRANCHUS ISOPTERUS IN FISH PONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KEREMA PREFECTURE OF N’ZEREKORE (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 1 Issue 11
Pages: 6
Published On: 5/26/2020 10:23:24 PM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Pascal BILIVOGUI
Institute: Higher Institute of Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Dalaba - Guinea
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
Ansoumane SAKOUVOGUI Higher Institute of Technology of Mamou - Guinea
Lanan Wassy SOROMOU Higher Institute of Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Dalaba - Guinea
Véronique MAOMOU Higher Institute of Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Dalaba - Guinea
Cé II ZOTOMY Higher Institute of Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Dalaba - Guinea
Abstract
Research Area: Aquaculture
KeyWord: Monitoring, evaluation, Heterobranchus isopterus, pond, fish farming
Abstract: The objective of this study is to highlight certain problems related to the breeding of H. isopterus in fish pond of Kerema. Based on certain farming conditions, seven (7) fish ponds were monitored and evaluated. The depth of the ponds varies from 1.30 to 1.75 m and 14.28% of fish farmers have a pond that has the right color (greenish). The stocking density of 57.14% of the fish farmers monitored is 20 individuals / are and 42.86% have an unknown density. In food, two types of farming have been identified: Extensive (14.29%) and semi-intensive (85.71%). The results of the monitoring of the distribution frequency reveal that 28.57% of the fish farmers feed the fish at a frequency of 1 to 2 times / day; 14.28% do it once or twice a week; 42.85% feed their fish occasionally and finally 14.29% do absolutely nothing for the fish. 85.71% use pig manure as fertilizer; 14.28% combine pig manure and goat dung and another 14.28% do not provide fertilizer. It emerges from this study that fish farming in Kéréma is experiencing serious problems for its development. Among these pitfalls we can cite among others the non-respect of the density of fish, the lack of monitoring, the extensive fish farming system, the lack of technical and financial assistance in this locality and the lack of training.
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Pascal BILIVOGUI, Ansoumane SAKOUVOGUI, Lanan Wassy SOROMOU, Véronique MAOMOU, Cé II ZOTOMY, "MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE BREEDING CONDITIONS OF HETEROBRANCHUS ISOPTERUS IN FISH PONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KEREMA PREFECTURE OF N’ZEREKORE (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 194-199, 2020.
MLA Pascal BILIVOGUI, Ansoumane SAKOUVOGUI, Lanan Wassy SOROMOU, Véronique MAOMOU, Cé II ZOTOMY "MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE BREEDING CONDITIONS OF HETEROBRANCHUS ISOPTERUS IN FISH PONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KEREMA PREFECTURE OF N’ZEREKORE (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 1, no. 11, 2020, pp. 194-199.
APA Pascal BILIVOGUI, Ansoumane SAKOUVOGUI, Lanan Wassy SOROMOU, Véronique MAOMOU, Cé II ZOTOMY (2020). MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE BREEDING CONDITIONS OF HETEROBRANCHUS ISOPTERUS IN FISH PONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KEREMA PREFECTURE OF N’ZEREKORE (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA). International Journal Of All Research Writings, 1(11), 194-199.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE BREEDING CONDITIONS OF HETEROBRANCHUS ISOPTERUS IN FISH PONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KEREMA PREFECTURE OF N’ZEREKORE (REPUBLIC OF GUINEA)
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