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Gachukia has transformed what was idle family land at Kahaine Village into a fish farm with over 15,000 fish in 14 ponds situated on one corner of the 13-acre (5.2 hectare) land. Gachukia would not reveal how much money he makes from his venture,
Jamaican tilapia industry against the backdrop of rising global trade and demand for tilapia. Robert Scott, told the gathering aquaculture is the fastest-growing food-production system in the world with major business opportunities. "The timing of
Tavua have earned about $13,000 this year from their two harvests of freshwater fish. And the villagers of Nadelei are looking at increasing their freshwater fish (tilapia) harvests after earning $13,675 this year. The villagers, through the
Taipei, Nov. 16 (CNA) The Taiwan Tilapia Alliance, a confederation of fish farmers, said Saturday it will take part at a seafood expo in South Korea 's second city to fix the damage to Taiwan's tilapia farmers caused by a false report on the Korean
Seoul, Nov. 15 (CNA) South Korea n TV station Channel A on Friday published a statement clarifying an earlier report it made, which painted a negative picture of Taiwan's tilapia industry. On the website of the weekly program on food, the station
Seoul, Nov. 11 (CNA) Sales and prices of Taiwan-farmed tilapia in South Korea have remained stable since a Korean TV channel broadcast a show claiming that Taiwan's tilapia farms operate in a polluted environment, a fish distributor said Sunday.
Seoul, Nov. 9 (CNA) A South Korea n TV channel whose program produced a report about Taiwan's tilapia production industry which was criticized as being false and misleading is next week expected to repair the damage it created, a source close to the
Taipei, Nov. 8 (CNA) Taiwan's authorities are putting on hold a plan to take a South Korea n media outlet to court over an alleged misleading report about Taiwan's tilapia production industry, the Fisheries Agency said Friday.
Taipei, Nov. 2 (CNA) Both Taiwan and South Korea have conducted rigorous checks of tilapia exported to South Korea , and it would be impossible for there to be substandard fish as portrayed by a South Korean TV news program, Taiwan's top fishery
Egyptian and Ghanaian researchers have bred a commercial fish which grows about 30% faster than more common strains. SciDevNet reports that the Nile tilapia ( Oreochromis niloticus ) will boost food security and farmers' earnings in Egypt and West