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FAO declines all responsibility for any discrepancies that may exist between the present document and its original printed version. The purpose of this study was to identify potential of aquaculture development, to provide on-the-spot advice to the proposed aquaculture schemes and to make suggestions for further requirements.
Its coastal length is about km. Altitude ranges up to about 4, meters. Annual rainfall is 1, to 1, mm in the coastal area, while 4, to 5, mm in the mountain area.
High rainfall is in December to April during the north-west monsoon. Population is distributed almost evenly in each district; it is from 22, to 24, Total population of the province is aboutMajor industry of the province is agriculture and forestry.
Coconut oil, coffee, rice, cocoa and timber are the main products. Cattle raising is also common.
There is at present little aquaculture activities in the province, except a crocodile farm near Furimutu, Hiri District, that was, unfortunately, not scheduled to visit during the survey, and trout farming practices in Kosipe, Goilala District, that was not visited by the mission, because of cancellation of flight.
There had been several aquaculture practices in the past. During tooyster culture trial was conducted in Kairuku, but the result was unknown. There seemed several reasons of their collapses, but main reasons were probably due to socio-economic matters. Stocking trials of Tilapia Mossambica species and rainbow trout are currently undertaken from river to river by the district officers or villagers in Abau and Goilala Districts, respectively.
Of five districts, however, it was unable to visit the Goilala District because of cancellation of the flight caused by heavy rain.
All study trips were accompanied with Mr. Rainol Gibson, Provincial Fisheries Officer, and one or two district officers also joined for the site survey in each district.
Maps on a scale of 1: Kairuku District A map of area surveyed is shown in figure 1. The water seems light brackish and slightly fluctuates by tide.
Its bottom was of humus and soft soil. Total area was about 3 to 4 ha. There was a fish weir across the site with a gate in middle.Raising bangus can be done employing different production systems in freshwater and in brackishwater.
“Depending on the available resources and level of management, the culture methods can vary from the traditional or extensive system, the modular or semi-intensive to the intensive system,” according to Milkfish: A Basic Domestic Need.
Feasibility Study of the Bangus Business Essay. Thursday, 30 June MASICAP TEAM RATIONALE The coconut palm provides a substantial export income for many tropical countries, as well as food and drink for home consumption and fuel and shelter - Feasibility Study of the Bangus Business Essay introduction.
Feasibility Study Of The Bangus Business - Bangus raising will generally take approximately four (4) months in order to be viable in the market for sale. Aside from the four-month raising period, the fishpond must be grown with algae that will serve as natural food for the bangus being raised.
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Feasibility study is an analysis of the viability of an idea. The feasibility study is an evaluation and analysis of the potential of a proposed project.
It is based on extensive investigation and research to support the process of decision making. TECHNICAL PAPERS (Cont.) ECONOMICS OF MILKFISH CULTURE IN THE PHILIPPINES. but will save through the lower cost of raising fingerlings ( each) R.
K. Considerations for preparing an aquaculture feasibility study in the Pacific islands region. Pacific Islands Development Program, East-West Center, Honolulu, . Milkfish Production and Processing Technologies in the Philippines Wilfredo G.
Yap, Antonio C. Villaluz, Ma. Gracia G. Soriano and Mary Nia Santos.