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    Author(s)A J Van Der Zijpp and JAJ Verreth and Le Quang Tri and MEF Van Mensvoort and RH Bosma and M C M Beveridge
    PublisherWageningen Academic Publishers
    ISBN9789086860135
    Pages312
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearFebruary 2007

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    Wageningen Academic Publishers Fishponds In Farming Systems by A J Van Der Zijpp and JAJ Verreth and Le Quang Tri and MEF Van Mensvoort and RH Bosma and M C M Beveridge

    Throughout the last century, specialisation and intensification were buzz words for farmers in the Western world. However, this approach has not resulted in sustainable development as evidenced by the fact that scientists now need to create technologies to reduce negative impacts. In this book we demonstrate that an alternative exists. Case studies from Bangladesh, Thailand, and Vietnam show that integration and diversification increase both farm productivity and farmers' incomes. By adopting a participatory approach, farmers and scientists identified a range of technologies that strengthen the positive impacts of integrated aquaculture-agriculture systems for the environment. This book is a collection of refereed papers on a controversial subject in agricultural development. Arguing that sustainability of fish culture in ponds needs a new paradigm - feed the pond to grow fish - two chapters focus on nutrient cycling in such systems. Another chapter makes the case for breeding Nile tilapia for resource poor farmers and presents practical options to avoid the pitfalls that arise from natural tilapia mating in low-input ponds. The book contains chapters on livelihood and development aspects and ends with a general discussion completin