Pond culture of sugpo, P. monodon (Fabricius)
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A resume is presented of the practical considerations involved in establishing a sugpo pond culture operation, as a guide to fish farmers, extension workers and others interested in producing marketable sugpo in the Philippines. In addition to outlining the general biology of P.monodon , information is given for pond preparation, stocking, transfer from nursery pond to rearing pond, rearing, harvesting, processing and transport. A large appendix deals with the control of pests, predators and diseases, fertilisation and supplementary feeding, and incorporates an illustrated manual of operations.
Suggested CitationPrimavera, J., & Apud, F. D. (1976). Pond culture of sugpo, P. monodon (Fabricius).
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