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Production of fresh water fish with unconventional ingredients in Egypt

Magdy M. A. Gaber

Production of fresh water fish with unconventional ingredients in Egypt

by Magdy M. A. Gaber

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Published by Nova Science in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freshwater fishes -- Feeding and feeds -- Egypt,
  • Fish culture -- Egypt

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesProduction of freshwater fish with unconventional ingredients in Egypt
    StatementMagdy M. A. Gaber.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH123 .G33 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23643641M
    ISBN 109781608762187
    LC Control Number2009030335
    OCLC/WorldCa429026463

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Buy Production of Freshwater Fish With Unconventional Ingredients in Egypt (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Production of Freshwater Fish With Unconventional Ingredients in Egypt (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries): Magdy M.

Gaber: : Books. Get this from a library. Production of freshwater fish with unconventional ingredients in Egypt. [Magdy M A Gaber]. production from the existing fish farms and the expansion of areas under cultivation (El-Ebiary ).

Fish culture systems are increasingly intensive, largely due to the shortage of water and land and labor resources. There is also a need in Egypt for quick production of market-size fish to meet the demand of. Egypt, the desert but rice producing country, has a long history of aquaculture and is the leading producer, especially of freshwater aquaculture in Africa.

Total aquaculture production in Egypt in was × Mt, which supplied 81% of that in Africa. Fish are considered the cheapest source of animal protein. In spite of the fact that Egypt has abundant fish resources and a water area of nearly 14 million feddans, the local fish production is not enough to cover domestic consumption.

Egypt imported about thousand tons of fish in. Introduction. The Egyptian aquaculture sector has witnessed rapid expansion over the past two decades. As a result, farmed fish production increased from o tonnes inrepresenting % of total Egyptian fish production to reach 1, tonnes incontributing 74% to total production (FAO,GAFRD (General Authority for Fisheries Cited by: List of Freshwater Fishes for Egypt Number of freshwater fish species: The tables below were generated from - A project to provide indexing and links for all known species as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity.

All links below take you to pages on the site. Limited water resources in Egypt is the main factor driving the exploration of unconventional sources that can fulfill the water demands of the increasing population.

Applying treated wastewater (TWW) to agriculture is a reliable, effective method of reducing the gap between current water demand and by: 4.

Aquaculture is considered to be the only possible solution to increase fish production in Egypt. In its development strategy, the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, plans to increase Egypt's total fish production to million tonnes by and is targeting a harvest of 1 million tonnes from aquaculture.

EGYPT - A new Fish Nutrition Research Unit has opened at the WorldFish Abbassa Research Center, in Egypt. The facility will focus on tilapia nutrition and testing of new, local fish feed ingredients, including agricultur.

Fish is an important food source in Egypt, accounting for % of the average household’s protein intake. Fish consumption is kg/person/year. Aquaculture is the primary source of fish production in Egypt.

Inaquaculture production was over million metric tons, accounting for around three-quarters of the country’s total fish production. Production sectorEgypt occupies the northeast corner of the African continent. It borders the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip, and the Red Sea, north of Sudan.

Egypt includes the Sinai Peninsula, with the Suez and Aqaba Gulfs. The Per capita fish consumption in Egypt is close or slightly exceeds the world average (about 16 kg/). The national strategy aims to maintain the world average from local production by Fish import fills the gap between national production and consumption (, tons in andtons in ).

The ACliSAT project aims to improve rural livelihood and households’ resilience through aquaculture in Egypt, Ethiopia and Eriteria by sustainably increasing fish production and productivity, nutrition and income generation of fish farmers. The 3-year project will leverage improvements in pond designs and construction for efficient water use.

Features of Egyptian aquaculture (narrow production basket) Species ton % ton % ton % Tilapia Mullet Carps Others Total   Aquaculture is a globally important industry that provides essential food to a growing world population, with a major role in the supply of cheap animal protein.

Very rapid developments have been occurred in aquaculture sector of Egypt in recent years and exhibited the strongest growth of any fisheries-related activity in the country.

As a result, aquaculture is Cited by: The chemical composition of agro-industrial by-products i.e. brewers' dried grain, cashew apple waste, cashew nut shell, rice kani (broken rice) and other unconventional feed ingredients like cereals (bajra and ragi), poultry hatchery waste, and legume green fodder (cow pea leaf meal.

Egypt Grow your own Is freshwater fish farming a sensible business approach where water is extremely scarce. Murdoch Mactaggart learns of how Egypt uses innovative aquaculture approaches to produce 65% of its fish consumption and hopes to. One of the main reasons they drank beer was because fresh water was not as easy to come by as it is now.

The Egyptians grew pomegranates, grapes and plums for both eating and making wine. Food source. The land around the Nile was rich in wildlife and the wealthy ancient Egyptians hunted and ate beef, mutton, goat and a variety of fish from the.

Marine Fish Meal and Oil Use. Aquaculture feeds usually contain fish meal and fish oil of marine origin. Aquaculture uses around 50% of current fish meal production and about 80% of fish oil production.

The growth of aquaculture could be greatly restrained by future shortages of fish meal and fish oil. 1. Get some fish, you might as well use fish discards like fish heads, guts, etc.

We use whole fish as there are naturally wider range of nutrients present. 2. Cut fish into chunks then either blend or run through a meat mincer. The finer the fish bits, the more effective the fermentation. Egyptian fish farms produced overtons of finfish last year, or about 60 per cent of the country's total freshwater and marine fish production, providing a cheap source of protein for the country's 80 million people.unconventional feed ingredients such as algae, as feed inputs as a replacement of aerated fresh water.

Data calculation Body weight gain (g/fish) = Mean of weight (g) at the end of the experimental period water primrose and algae in fish diets improved growth performance of Nile tilapia and common Size: KB.