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Which day do you prefer ?
02nd Nov 2013 (MAM & CIFE Visit)
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10th Nov (MAM) and 16th Nov (CIFE Visit)
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:03 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 The  most  revered  subject  Chuckle  Weylin  you  missed  it  too
 
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:08 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Later  we  proceeded  to  the  Food  production  and  packaging  Plant.
 
 Mr  Sable,  explaining  the  various  machinary  and  concepts  of  food  preperations  from  fishes,  which  are  edible  by  Humans.  
 
 This  is  a  marvelous  concept  of  the  industry  which  covers  growing  the  fishes  and  finally  providing  it  as  food  for  survival.   
 
 Packaging  without  preservatives  for  a  longer  shelf  life  is  one  of  the  greatest  effort  to  conserve  food.
 
 
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:13 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 The  Campus  Hatchery  and  plantation  area.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:17 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Various  Food  Products  which  are  in  demand  and  can  be  marketed  or  exported
 
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 This  like  cheese  spread  for  sandwiches  Surprised  
 
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 I  dont  eat  fish,  I  am  a  vegetarian  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:25 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 After  the  Session  on  Good-Bye  Note.....  may  be  a  convocation  Chuckle  
 
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:28 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 THANKS  TO  DR  TIWARI  FOR  HIS  MOST  HUMBLE  COOPERATION  AND  EDUCATION  PRESENTATION.
 
 THANK  YOU  SIR!  Clapping
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 11:21 am Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Very  good  job  conducting  Pio.  Thoroughly  enjoyed.  It  was  an  good  opportunity  to  meet  old  friends  and  good  learning.  Well  done.
 I  would  request  Ryel  to  publish  the  Daphne  formula  Mr  Tiwary  gave  you.  So  we  can  utilize  it  to  the  max.  
 Looking  forward  to  more  of  this  kind  of  visits.  Thanks  to  all  my  old  friends  and  Pio  for  helping  and  conducting  this.   Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:58 pm Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Some  more  photos  coming  up,  and  a  note  on  what  we  learnt  and  the  daphnia  culturing  method.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 4:30 pm Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 That  fish  sandwich  spread  looks  delicious.  Is  it  available  only  inside  the  CIFE  campus  or  outside  as  well?  In  the  very  last  picture,  i  see  Pio  holding  a  packet.  how  was  it  pio?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 4:53 pm Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 To  add  to  what  Percy  mentioned
 
 Dr  V  K  Tiwari  even  took  time  off  from  some  lectures  to  acomodate  us  and  educate  us.
 
 Here  are  some  learnings  and  what  they  do/teach  you  at  the  CIFE  and  how  farmers  are  involved  in  fisheries  :-
 
 Fishery  production  is  unknown  in  the  rivers  but  with  aqua  culture  they  can  keep  a  tally  of  progress  in  small  ponds  constructed
 
 Macrobrachium  has  huge  cannibalisation  so  difficult  to  breed  therefore  separation  needed  constantly  as  growth  increases.  Crucial  stage  on  macrobrachium  bet  5-6  stage.  So  salinity  is  adjusted  to  surpass  or  speed  up  into  the  next  stage.  Right  now  the  process  is  only  done  for  education.
 
 Marigold  flower  and  Rose  petals  mixed  in  fish  food  is  used  for  color  enhancement.  Experiments  revealed  that  the  time  frame  is  2-3  years  to  say  results  are  concrete
 
 Food  is  also  kept  floating  for  certain  types  of  fishes  in  the  middle  of  pond  in  the  center  of  the  pond  so  that  the  fish  will  eat  the  food  from  below.  A  Net  barrier  is  put  so  that  the  food  does  not  drift  to  the  sides  of  the  pond
 
 They  have  a  feeding  machine  on  pond  will  travel  one  corner  to  another  and  they  refill  it  when  it  gets  empty.  
 Large  aeration  machines  are  also  set  up  in  the  ponds.
 
 Every  student  studying  at  the  CIFE  doing  experiments  needs  10-12  tubs  for  15-20  days  before  he  can  put  his  findings  down.
 Many  students  have  been  placed  internationally  across  the  world.
 
 Nets  are  important  where  they  breed  prawns  because  because  bird  poo  lowers  the  production  and  increased  the  diseases
 
 In  man  made  ponds  they  check  for  natural  food  that's  in  the  water  column  from  samples  of  water.  The  outer  ring  is  lined  with  plastic  to  control  erosion.  If  there  is  no  soil  erosion  natural  food  remain  in  the  water  column  or  things  become  very  expensive  as  they  have  to  provide  food  from  outside.  
 
 Specific  fish  are  kept  together  in  all  levels  ie  top,  mid  and  bottom  feeders  such  that  all  stay  together  amicably.  Keeping  fish  in  this  manner  increases  yeild.
 
 Here  at  the  CIFE  they  are  building  a  fish  aquarium  room  and  a  big  pond  to  handle  Aquaponics.  Even  a  potato  can  be  grown  above  a  thermocol  with  the  roots  below  in  an  aquaponic  system
 
 Their  food  processing  unit  which  has  a  drying  machine  enables  them  to  makes  Fish  paste  sandwich  ready  to  eat  and  curry  and  fish  kurkure  and  fish  &  prawn  pickles.  They  don't  add  preservatives.
 
 More  farmers  are  breeding  pangasius  bocourti  (basa)  due  to  demand  but  not  able  to  export  because  flesh  changes  colour  after  fish  is  killed
 
 They  are  not  able  to  culture  Magur  fish  ..  cat  fish  because  they  just  breed  naturaly
 
 In  four  months  farmers  can  grow  the  prawns  to  adult  size.  50  numbers  of  prawn  per  square  meter  but  agriculturists  put  it  at  100  
 
 Ornamental  fish  breeding  were  Angels,  Black  Knife  Ghost,  Danios,  Mollies,  Guppies  and  Endlers.  Most  of  the  breeding  Tubs  were  filled  with  Ludwiga,  Amazon  Sword,  Giant  Ambulia,  Egeria  Densa,  Hydrilla  Verticillata,  Vallisneria,  Hygrophila  Difformis,  Hygrophila  Polysperma  and  Lillies.
 
 At  the  CIFE  labs  they  currently  have  a  microscope  which  is  worth  3  crores  and  allows  you  to  magnify  what  the  human  eye  cannot  see
 
 They  have  a  huge  library  English  and  Hindi.  Students  journals  are  also  documented.  and  they  also  have  a  separate  Digital  Library  for  students  to  access  during  their  studies
 
 Daphnia  culturing  process
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 Daphnia  Food  ie:  Slurry  Preparation
 
 1}   10  kg  cowdung  
 2}     5  kg  groundnut  oilcake
 3}     2  kg  Single  super  phosphate
 
 All  above  ingredients  mixed  with  300  liters  of  water  with  aeration.  
 After  two  days  of  aeration  it  can  be  used  in  the  culture  tank.
 Every  10  days  a  new  slurry  has  to  be  made
 
 Daphnia  Culture  Tank  Preparation
 Day  1:   In  a  tank  with  100  liters  of  water  add  the  slurry  at  4  ml/liter
 Day  2:   Add  4ml/liter  of  the  slurry  to  the  tank.
 Day  3:  Add  the  starter  culture  of  daphnia  to  this  tank.  About  50  per  liter  (more  or  less)
 Day  4  –  Day  7:  Feed  2ml/liter  of  the  slurry  to  the  daphnia  culture  tank  and  harvest  on  the  7th  day.
 Day  8:  Start  a  new  culture
 
 
 Some  more  photos  coming  up  later....
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:18 pm Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Surprised  very  good  job  Pio   Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:21 pm Post subject: Re: CIFE Visit & November MAM Reply with quote

 Pio,
 Nice  information.  Thanks  for  sharing  Very Happy  
 Waiting  for  more,
 
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 Very  nice  job.  Clapping  
 
 You  are  really  working  to  promote  the  hobby.
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 Ive  posted  the  photos  on  the  IAH  Facebook  Page
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 great  work  pio  Clapping   Clapping   Clapping
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