Proposal for an African Network on Integrated Irrigation and Aquaculture: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Accra, Ghana, 20-21 September 1999
Food & Agriculture Org., 2001 - Aquaculture - 75 pages
Water is recognized as a key limiting resource for the coming millenium. Optimal productivity of water and lands is becoming a critical issue. One way to increase resources productivity effectively is to integrate irrigation and aquaculture, for example by developing and ehancing fisheries in small water bodies, by reusing water for feeding fish ponds, by stocking fish in irrigation canals, by using crop by-products as nutrient inputs for farmed fish.
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