Adaptability of Updating Technology vis-a-vis Fish Production Economics—An Effective Linkage of Rural Farm-Fisheries In Indian Subcontinent Public Deposited

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  • To disseminate update technologies and to enhance capabilities of resource poor farm families for the production of capture as well as culture fisheries, using natural and socio-economic resources an extensive study on linkage between resource availability and production potentiality were undertaken in the study area (under New Alluvial Zone of West Bengal situated in between 21°31′ and 27°14′ North latitude and 85°51′ and 89°53′ East) of the regions. The study was emphasized to use the extensive floodplains wetlands in the form of oxbow lakes (mauns, chaurs, jheels, beels, nayanjali - as they are called locally), which dominated in the north-eastern part of the country (25-30%) because of their divergence as well as their production potential. The precise objectives is to find out the magnitude and matching of interrelation between available socio-economical factors, natural resources, adaptability of agro-techniques in farm fisheries ecosystem through TOT, development of economical and eco-friendly feeds etc. for fish variables, in one side and the production as well as enhancement of farm economy for the fishermen as well, the other side. In the study emphasis was also paid to use best possible efforts to accustom with update technologies, which were facilitated in a very organized way (demonstrations, short term training programme, farmers’ day, local or trade study etc.). However, results are very promising and thus, able to meet up of shortfall of production in the zones, and bringing about social changes as well in the farming community. In conclusion, the country has adapted chronologically modern fish production system to mitigate the ever long crisis of fish demand/head/day or annum, notably, presently production of inland as well as marine fishes increased in its significant level to about 10.2 and 46.0 times over 0.25 and 0.5 million tones, respectively over the last 50 years.
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  • Adhikary, Manas Mohan. 2004. Adaptability of Updating Technology vis-a-vis Fish Production Economics—An Effective Linkage of Rural Farm-Fisheries In Indian Subcontinent. In: Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 20-30, 2004, Tokyo, Japan: What are Responsible Fisheries? Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2004. CD ROM. ISBN 0-9763432-0-7
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