2 edition of Rice-fish research and development in Asia found in the catalog.
Rice-fish research and development in Asia
1992 by International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Catalino R. dela Cruz ... [et al.].|
|Series||ICLARM conf. proc.,, 24, ICLARM contribution ;, 555, ICLARM conference proceedings ;, no. 24., ICLARM contribution ;, no. 555.|
|Contributions||Cruz, Catalino R. Dela., International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management.|
|LC Classifications||Acquired for NAL|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 457 p. :|
|Number of Pages||457|
|LC Control Number||94945533|
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Rice-fish research and development in Asia. Manila, Philippines: ICLARM, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Catalino R Dela Cruz; International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management.
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Following an introductory paper on rice-fish research and development in Asia, 45 papers are presented under the following headings: (1) country overviews (9 papers); (2) production systems (6 papers); (3) economic and biological interactions (9 papers); (4) country research and extension programmes (12 papers); (5) on-station and on-farm research (5 papers); (6) working group reports (4.
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The first edition of this book was published by Chapman and Hall Ltd. in The first edition contained nine chapters and, for all except one chapter, the original chapter authors agreed to update their chapter.
Comparing these chapters gives the reader an idea of the development over a time span of more than 10 years between the two editions. Edwards, C.V. MohanReport on the Workshop on Research Needs in Sustaining the Aquaculture Sector in Asia-Pacific to Year and Beyond 4–7 June, Rayong Concept paper 5: Aquaculture and human health hazards – emerging issues, Network of Aquaculture Centres in Cited by: ROME/BANGKOK, Jun 20 (IPS) - Rice is a major food commodity and staple food for many, and adding fish to flooded rice paddies has been a farming tradition practiced in a number of Asian countries for many Rice-fish research and development in Asia book for more than years in some Chinese areas, the United Nations reports.
With the adoption of innovative technologies and a wider choice of fish species and. Rice-Fish Development and Extension in Tung Kula Ronghai • Christopher Lee Farmers' Acceptance of Rice-Fish Culture in Northeast Thailand • Decha Siriphat Opportunities for Women in Rice-Fish Culture • P.V.
Dehadrai Chapter 5. On-Station and On-Farm Research Component Technology Research in Rice-Fish Systems in the Philippines. Raising fish in rice paddies brings to farmers in Asia an important source of protein, as well as extra income.
Rice–Fish Culture in China is an important addition to the English language literature in this area. Along with biological and ecological aspects of rice–fish culture, the book addresses its economic and social dimensions.
The genus Oryzias is an interesting and widespread group of just under three dozen species of small fish, ranging from India through Southeast Asia to Korea and across the sea to Japan and through the islands of the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
They are usually found in fresh water, though many species can be found in brackish and even Rice-fish research and development in Asia book environments—moving freely. Rice-Fish Research and Development in Asia. ICLARM Conf. Proc. Rice-fish research and development in Asia book A, W Leelapatra.
Ricefield fisheries in Thailand, p In: CR dela Cruz, C Lightfoot, BA Costa-Pierce, VR Carangal, MP Bimbao (eds). Rice-Fish Research and Develop- ment in Asia.
ICLARM Conf. Proc. AIT Aquaculture. Partners in Development: the. WorldFish Center Technical Report. (Forthcoming) [Google Scholar]), Prein and Dey ( Prein, M. & Dey, M.M. () Rice and fish culture in seasonally flooded ecosystems. In: Utilizing Different Aquatic Resources for Livelihoods in Asia: a Resource Book Rice-fish research and development in Asia book IIRR, IDRC, FAO, NACA & ICLARM), pp – International Institute of Rural Cited by: Bibliographie.
Ahmed, A.K.M.M. An economic analysis of coastal shrimp culture in a mixed farming system, Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar Region, Bangladesh. Elsewhere in Asia, the area under rice-fish production is only slightly more than 1 percent of the total irrigated rice area.
Interestingly, the rice-fish farming area is proportionally largest outside Asia, in Madagascar, at nearly 12 percent. There are many reasons for the marginality of rice-fish farming, including lack of awareness ofFile Size: KB. Aquaculture, especially when integrated within crop cultivation, is also a form of patch management.
Brummett and Jamu () reviewed Integrated Aquaculture–Agriculture (IAA) systems in Malawi and Cameroon, describing the outcomes of a project undertaken by the WorldFish Center, supported by various donors and partnered by international and national research and rural development agencies.
Abstract. Production of fish on rice farms, traditionally practiced in Asian countries, is considered by policymakers as a viable option for sustaining food production in lowland areas, augmenting farm income and improving the quality of food available to Asian farm by: 44 aquaculture Asia Rice-Fish Culture in China Fang Xiuzhen Freshwater Fisheries Research Centre, Wuxi, JiangsuChina Fish culture in paddy field was an ancient farming practice found in several rice-growing areas, such as Sichuan and Guizhou Provinces, in South and Southwest China.
It can be dated back to nearly twenty centuries ago. It is estimated that the area under rice cultivation in Asia approximates million ha, accounting for % of the world total. The potential for development of rice-fish culture is very high in the region.
The successful experiences and lessons of rice-fish culture development drawn from China can be a good reference for sustainable rice Cited by: Socioeconomics of Rice Aquaculture and IPM in the Philippines Rice-fish research and development in Asia.
C.R. dela Cruz, C. Lightfoot, B.A. Costa-Pierce, V.R. Carangal For book prices and more information, please contact: The Publications Unit Manager ICLARM. Utilizing Different Aquatic Resources for Livelihoods in Asia: A Resource Book. International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, International Development research Centre, Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations, Network of Aquaculture center in Asia–Pacific and International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management.
by: 5. Get this from a library. Rice-fish culture in China. [Kenneth Tod MacKay; International Development Research Centre (Canada);] -- "Raising fish in rice paddies brings to farmers in Asia an important source of protein, as well as extra income.
Rice--rish culture in. Rice and fish are key elements of the diet and major agricultural production sectors in Myanmar. Rice-fish systems (RFSs) encompass a spectrum of farming and fishing practices, from traditional capture of fish in rice-dominated landscapes through to controlled farming of fish in rice fields.
Rice farming covers approximately 8 million ha and involves more than 5 million rural households. Travel Book of the Year by the Society of American Travel WritersFinalist for the IACP Awards: Literary Food Writing Named one of the Financial Times' "Best Books of " An innovative new take on the travel guide, Rice, Noodle, Fish decodes Japan's extraordinary food culture through a mix of in-depth narrative and insider advice, along with color/5.
WorldFish and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), under the patronage of H.E. Aung Thu, Myanmar’s Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation, will host the first Southeast Asia Rice-Fish Systems (RFS) Symposium: Optimizing Land and Water Use from 6–8 August The study focuses on two questions: synergies between rice and fish that contribute to high and stable rice yields and the effects of the presence of the carp on the need for chemical inputs (fertilizer and pesticides) ().Farms in 31 villages in Zhejiang province are randomly selected for a comparative study of rice monoculture vs.
rice–fish coculture ().Cited by: Book launch: The making of a Blue Revolution in Bangladesh Posted on Febru Ma by IFPRI South Asia BY JULIA WILSON For decades, high fish prices contributed to poor nutrition in Bangladesh, placing a key source of protein and other nutrients effectively out of reach to many.
Development of Rice Fish Systems (RFS) in the Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar (MYRice-Fish): Project brief July to June Fisheries and Animal Resources Development (Program with Department of Fisheries, Odisha): Project brief April to March . Rice-Fish Research and Development, JuneSukamandi Research Institute for Food Crops, West Java, Indonesia.
References 71 on aquatic macrophytes. Trans. Rhod. Sci. Assoc. aquatic resources for livelihoods in Asia: a resource book. International Institute of Rural Reconstruction. This book collects papers presented at an international conference on the impact of rice research. The conference, jointly orga- nized by the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) and IRRI, assessed the long-term impact of rice research on rice producers and consumers while examining the effect on equity and the environment.
Parviz Koohafkan is Chairman of the World Agricultural Heritage Foundation (WAHF) and Senior Honorary Research Fellow at Bioversity International, Rome, Italy. He retired as Director of the Land and Water Division at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, inwhere he conceptualized and spearheaded the GIAHS concept and Partnership Initiative.
Agricultural Insurance in Bangladesh Promoting Access to Small and Marginal Farmers (Policy Advisor, Microinsurance, Research & Development, Oxfam Novib). This report has been prepared under the overall guidance of Ellen A. Goldstein government efforts to attain self-sufficiency in the production of rice, fish, milk, egg, and File Size: 3MB.
History and Development of Rice-Fish culture: History of Rice-Fish culture is quite old and first started in ancient China about years ago. In course of time, this practice became introduced in Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, India and many other countries of the world.
Lately, Azolla is. The indigenous rice-fish farming practices prevailing among the farmers in the northeastern India can be categorized as (a) rice field capture fishery systems (b) wild aquatic cropping systems (c) mountain valley rice fish farming system and (d) running water terrace rice.
Tags agricultural sustainability book list books farming Food food justice Food Tank land recipes water Winter Reading List Eva Perroni She holds an MA in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne, maintaining a strong research focus on global food security and food and agriculture : Eva Perroni.
Integrated agriculture–aquaculture (IAA) is a complex production method, in which agriculture and fish farming are conducted simultaneously .Rice–fish farming is one of the most popular IAA systems , being primarily undertaken in South Asia and southern China, where both rice farming and aquaculture are highly developed .Rice–fish farming efficiently utilizes production spaces Author: Sangchoul Yi.
Press Release – 09 AprilLOS BANOS, LAGUNA: WorldFish, the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) signed a five-year tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today.
The agreement provides a framework for cooperation on research for development (R4D) initiatives focused on the sustainable intensification. The diminutive medaka (Japanese rice fish) have been kept as pets since the Edo Period ().
They are hardy animals, an important quality for a. Rice-fish culture Integrated farming Conferences Asia Joint proceedings of two international workshops on rice-fish farming systems research and development - one held in Ubon, Thailand, on October ; and the other on October in Nueva Ecija, Philippines; gathering country overviews, production systems, economic and.
In: Rice-Fish Research and Development in Asia (eds. Dela Cruz CR, Lightfoot C, Costa-Pierce BA, Carangal VR and Bimbao MP), pp. ICLARM Conference Proceedi ICLARM, Manila, Philippines.
Prein M and Dey MM (). Rice and fish culture in seasonally flooded ecosystems. In IIRR, IDRC, FAO, NACA and ICLARM. Utilizing. Good Practices in South-South and Triangular Cooperation for Sustainable Development, pdf first in its series, Cooperative Agreement for Research, Development and Training Related to Nuclear Science and Technology Rice-fish Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa 21File Size: 2MB.
Rice–Fish Research and Development in Asia: ICLARM Conclusion Conference Proceedings 24; p. – 2. Gupta MV, Sollows JD, Abdul Mazid M, Rahman A, Hussain From the above, it should be clear that many questions MG, Dey MM (editors).It also places aquaculture development in Asia ebook a wider global context, and ebook its relationship to natural systems, social conditions, and economics.
The book is unique in its in-depth presentation of primary research on Asian aquaculture, and in demonstrating how aquaculture can have a lasting positive impact on livelihoods, food.