Indian Major Carps bred during off season December in Tamil Nadu under CIFABROODTM demonstration trial

  • | Tuesday | 10th December, 2019

Bhubaneswar: Indian Major Carps (IMCs), rohu, catla, mrigal are seasonal breeders and breed only during monsoon (June-August) throughout India. Tamil Nadu provides a unique ecological condition where monsoon happens twice and rainfall during Northeast monsoon (October-December) is more than Southwest (June-August). However, breeding of IMCs during Northeast monsoon was never reported before in Tamil Nadu. of Tamil Nadu which fed the spent broods with CIFABROODTM @2% body weight for 45 days. This success has long term implication as Tamil Nadu can be developed into a major seed production centre especially during non-breeding season, which will contribute substantially for the aquaculture production in the country.

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