Discussion: What is the most effective method to produce all-male tilapia in your country ? – Olufemi Ajiboye & Magdy Saleh

The problem of precocious sexual maturity and unwanted reproduction has long been accepted as a major constraint to further development and expansion of Tilapia culture. Use of monosex (all-male) Tilapia juveniles has been widely promoted and adopted. The techniques for producing monosex tilapias have their advantages and disadvantages that may differ according to countries…Olufemi O….

Improved Breeding and Farming Practices of Tilapia in Bangladesh-M. Gulam Hussain

Trend of Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia Production in Bangladesh The improved breeding and farming practices of Tilapia in Bangladesh had resulted to the development of Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) strain of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). These GIFT strain of Nile tilapia was introduced in 1994, supplied by WorldFish (formerly ICLARM) under the ‚ÄúDissemination and…

Increasing yield and mitigating off-flavour problems in tilapia using PE-lined pond RAS technology with shading – Warren Andrew Turner, Nathan Atkinson, Michael Kreis and David C. Little

Mitigating Off-Flavour in Tilapia using PE-lined Pond RAS Technology with Shading Earthen ponds are most commonly used for grow-out of Nile tilapia in the tropics, as it is often the most cost-effective method for rearing this species.  The downside is that yields are fairly low, at between 4-7 tonnes per hectare, since there is a…

India must look at exporting Tilapia fish to US: Kevin M Fitzsimmons

Prof. Kevin M. Fitzsimmons is a faculty member of the Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Science, The University of Arizona, Past President, World Aquqculture Society, Advisor to Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program. Kevin conducts research, education, and development projects in Aquaculture. With Chinese exports to the US dwindling, India can step in to…

Sampling of 17th Generation (F17) of improved GIFT strain taken from Eon Aq. Ltd. Tilapia Breeding Nucleus (TBN) at Muktagacha, Mymensingh, Bangladesh!!! By M. Gulam Hussain

About the Author: GULAM HUSSAIN, PH.D. Current Fisheries and Aquaculture Expert of EU-BGD joint collaboration in Blue Economy under Maritime Affairs Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Govt. of Bangladesh; current President of Bangladesh Tilapia Foundation (BTF); former Director General of the Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI) and Program Leader of the Tilapia and Carp Genetic…

Articles authored / co-authored by Dr. Gulam Hussain

Articles authored / co-authored by Dr. Gulam Hussain Photo: Gulam Hussain Kindky find below links on articles authored / co-authored by Dr. Gulam Hussain¬† Photo: Gulam Hssain Hussain, Failler et al._2017._Major opportunities of blue economy development in Bangladesh Hussain et al. 2017_BG genetics Pages from AQUA Culture Asia Pacific Nov_Dec Issue 2017_FA_LR-7 (1) Patil_et al._2018….