Fish culture

Fish culture is the process of raising desirable species of fishes in prison and managing them and their terrain to ameliorate growth and reduplication. Fishes are reared in fish granges, or hatcheries, much as ranch creatures are raised in the barnyard.

Through monoculture, our abysses, swell, and inland freshwaters hold huge implicit to give us with increased quantities of healthy and nutritional food. This is demanded to feed an ever growing mortal population so monoculture helps us with our' food security'.

The aspects of fish culture practice involve the use of organic coprolites and inorganic diseases in phytoplankton product that's the part of husbandry practice, still minding, rearing, breeding of fishes are coming under beast husbandry.

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