Lack of quality seed and technical knowhow are considered major constraints to improving aquaculture productivity and profitability in Bangladesh. This paper assesses the outcomes of investments in improving carp seed quality and farmer training, targeting poor and women fish farmers, on the productivity and profitability of homestead aquaculture systems in Southwest Bangladesh. The paper also assesses the effect of factors such as stocking density, use of fertilizer and feed, farmers’ characteristics and location on fish yields and determines the major driving factors influencing adoption of improved practices.
Investing in carp seed quality improvements in homestead aquaculture: lessons from Bangladesh
Karim, M., Keus, H.J., Ullah, M.H., Kassam, L., Phillips, M., Beveridge, M. (2016)
Aquaculture, 453: 19–30