How to Raise Catfish and Tilapia in the Same Fish Pond at the Same Time

How to Raise Catfish and Tilapia in the Same Fish Pond at the Same Time

The process of raising more than one type or specie of fish in the same pond at the same time is also known as ”Polyculture” Fish farming or Polyculture Fishery. Although polyculture fish farming method is meant to be practiced by highly skilled and well experienced fish farmers, young experienced fish farmers can also carryout this process through proper guidance as we generally learn better by doing those things practically especially in Agriculture / Farming. There is nothing wrong in raising both Catfish and Tilapia together in the same pond.…

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Sowing and Planting Practices for all Crops

Sowing and Planting Practices for all Crops

Seeds and other planting materials are the basic foundation upon which successful crop production is laid. Failure in the  choice of correct seeds, seed storage, time of planting, dept of planting, rate of seeding and  spacing  could all lead to failure in the crop production enterprise. In this unit, all aspect of seeds sowing, planting practices and materials as they relate to quality, germinations, storage of seeds, seed treatments, time of planting, seed rate, dept of planting, seed placement, seed emergence and seedling vigour are treated. Table of Contents       …...

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How to Grow Fodder in 6 Days and Feed your Cows on the 7th Day

How to Grow Fodder in 6 Days and Feed your Cows on the 7th Day

Mr Charles Ndegwa tends to use his hydroponics crops at his farm in Kiambu. In Summary of Fodder Production I took my time to look for alternative methods that farmers in developed countries use to feed their animals during droughts. What do they do differently to increase and sustain milk, meat and egg production without increasing costs? I asked myself. In Australia, I discovered, they started using hydroponic fodder in 1940s. By the 1970s, other countries like India, Canada, America and South Africa had adopted it to feed their animals.…

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