Sunday, May 21, 2017


Smoked fish or Tinapa making is one of the well-known products among Filipinos Smoked fish making is a good livelihood option that can be undertaken by the whole family. It can serve as either main or supplemental source of income.

Ornamental Fish Breeding And Culture

There is an increasing demand for ornamental fish worldwide. In the US alone, there are around 1,500 hypermarkets that require continuous supply of ornamental fish.

Guide to Mud Crab Fattening

Scylla serrata and Scylla tranquebarica are the common mud crabs occurring in the estuarine and mangrove areas along the East coast of India. Scylla serrata is commonly called as “red crab” and it prefers to live in low saline waters, whereas S. tranquebarica, the “green crab” lives in high saline waters. Male crabs of S. serrata grow to 700 to 800 gm at the maximum, whereas S. tranquebarica grows up to 3 kg. The export size of the crab is 500 g and above for males and 250 g and above for females.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Breeding and Culture of Livebearers (Ornamental Fish)

Livebearers are small ornamental fishes that give birth to live young. The most popular livebearers (guppy, swordtail, platy, and molly) belong to Family Poeciliidae, known as livebearing tooth-carps (upper and lower jaw have teeth)
Livebearers originated from South America. They are considered as beginner’s fish because they are the easiest pet fish to keep and breed. They are not aggressive and can be kept in a community aquarium. They are easy to breed and requires small space and are suitable for small-scale backyard raising.
Creating new color varieties of livebearers is a great challenge to the hobbyist.

Friday, August 19, 2011

GoldFish Culture & Breeding

Goldfish is a small member of the carp family (Cyprinidae). It is called goldfish because it started from a gold variety of silver carp. They lack barbell which distinguishes it from common carp with two barbells.
Goldfish is one of the earliest fish to be domesticated and still one of the most commonly kept aquarium fish.