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With rapidly increasing investment in water control infrastructure (WCI) and a recently ratified agriculture development strategy that promotes integrated farming of high-value products such as fish, agricultural production, already fundamental to Myanmar’s economy, will be central to driving the countries’ socioeconomic transformation.
Demanda ba ikan iha mundo tomak kontinua sae makaas tebes. Sustentavel intensifikasaun no ekspansaun aquakultura no inovasaun sistema produsaun ikan sei presija atu prenshe demanda nebe kontinua sae. Ho hanoin ida, WorldFish nia estrategia (2017-2022) no CGIAR Research Program on Fish-Agri-Food Systems (FISH) (2017-2022) foka ona persija hasae total produsaun ikan doublu iha 2030.
Feeding for better tilapia yields good seed and good feed means good yield.