Fishery

January 28, 2017 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on A sojourn in the land of hilsa

A sojourn in the land of hilsa

The popular fish regains abundance after government steps to save jatka

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Magic in fish farming on floodplains

Since the 80s of last century, fish farmers and entrepreneurs started commercial fish farming. Before that time, they merely had any idea about farming fish and getting financial benefit out of it. Continue Reading

Cuchia, rise of a new hope

Even though, this fish looks like a snake, in reality it’s not a snake. Neither has it had any feature of a snake. In many countries, cuchia (eel) has great demand as a tasty fish. But, I must remind my readers, it’s not an electric eel as well. Continue Reading

Fish breeding declines in Halda

Dear readers, a few days back I went to the bank of the Karnafuli River, near the old bridge at Chittagong’s Kalurghat. Note that Karnafuli flows ahead this way to the Bay of Bengal. The canal that started from the left of Karnafuli is Halda River. Continue Reading

December 20, 2015 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on Innovative fish farming in once barren land

Innovative fish farming in once barren land

It is a surprising tale. In Rangpur region, in the northern part of
Bangladesh, no one was able to do well in fish farming. Continue Reading

September 9, 2015 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on What is killing Vietnamese koi?

What is killing Vietnamese koi?

Over the past fifteen years, Bangladeshi pisciculture has undergone a revolution, bringing the nation to fourth position globally in the farming of freshwater fish. Continue Reading

December 6, 2014 Shykh Seraj Comments Off on Fish farmers of Sholotaka bring positive change

Fish farmers of Sholotaka bring positive change

Combined efforts from indigenous fish farmers help develop local community. Continue Reading

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