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Baked fish babies will be ready at Padiya Hatchery
– The pond has been built with Rs 16.22 lakh
– The children will soon start meeting at the Rapti Fish Seed Production Center Padiya
Samvad News Agency
colony. The bakery (pangasius) for baby fish will now be prepared at the Padiya nursery located on the district’s Rudhauli Road. Its preparation is almost complete. In this nursery, 12 lakh fry (children) from the bakery will be prepared and delivered to the fish breeders.
By instructions of the Government of India, UP Fisheries Development Corporation had released Rs 16.22 lakh to Padiya Hatchery to provide better ponds and high tech resources. As a result, the Department of Rural Engineering (RED) has had the pond built here and the necessary resources are also being installed. It is expected that from August this nursery will begin to receive fry from this nursery.
Mandal’s first pangasius pond is being established at the Rapti fish seed production center located in Padia. Therefore, RED had sent a proposal to the government to build a pond on two hectares of land. The government has provided funds for this. Once the tender was canceled for some slips. As a result, the new bidding process has been delayed. According to RED executive engineer Arvind Kumar, there has been a two-month delay due to the completion of the bidding process. State-of-the-art resources are now being established here. Soon fish farmers will start reaping their benefits.
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The children of West Bengal will come to make fry
Sandeep Kumar Verma, director general in charge of the Fisheries Development Agency, said that at Padiya Hatchery, children will be brought in by certified breeders from West Bengal. They will be prepared in fry 70 to 80 mm long and will be made available to fish farmers.
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Children grow in six months
Pangasius fish is considered nutritious because of its abundance of protein, but it is also available at affordable prices. Your babies reach 700-800 grams in four or five months. Therefore, they can be prepared and sold every six months. There is a system for preparing about three lakh fry on a hectare. In this way, six lakh fry per hectare and about 12 lakh fry on two acres in one year can be prepared.
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Arrangement for oxygen, filter machine and blower
Sandeep Verma, director general of the Department of Fisheries, said a filter machine would also be available to purify the water and oxygen for the fish to breathe in the pond. Apart from that, in the winter there will be a blower system to control the temperature at all times up to 23-24 degrees Celsius. Arrangements will be made to go out with quick water fountains, so that children can develop more quickly.

Baked fish babies will be ready at Padiya Hatchery

– The pond has been built with Rs 16.22 lakh

– The children will soon start meeting at the Rapti Fish Seed Production Center Padiya

Samvad News Agency

colony. The bakery (pangasius) for baby fish will now be prepared at the Padiya nursery located on the district’s Rudhauli Road. Its preparation is almost complete. In this nursery, 12 lakh fry (children) from the bakery will be prepared and delivered to the fish breeders.

By instructions of the Government of India, UP Fisheries Development Corporation had released Rs 16.22 lakh to Padiya Hatchery to provide better ponds and high tech resources. As a result, the Department of Rural Engineering (RED) has had the pond built here and the necessary resources are also being installed. It is expected that from August this nursery will begin to receive fry from this nursery.

Mandal’s first pangasius pond is being established at the Rapti fish seed production center located in Padia. Therefore, RED had sent a proposal to the government to build a pond on two hectares of land. The government has provided funds for this. Once the tender was canceled for some slips. As a result, the new bidding process has been delayed. According to RED executive engineer Arvind Kumar, there has been a two-month delay due to the completion of the bidding process. State-of-the-art resources are now being established here. Soon fish farmers will start reaping their benefits.

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The children of West Bengal will come to make fry

Sandeep Kumar Verma, director general in charge of the Fisheries Development Agency, said that at Padiya Hatchery, children will be brought in by certified breeders from West Bengal. They will be prepared in fry 70 to 80 mm long and will be made available to fish farmers.

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Children grow in six months

Pangasius fish is considered nutritious because of its abundance of protein, but it is also available at affordable prices. Your babies reach 700-800 grams in four or five months. Therefore, they can be prepared and sold every six months. There is a system for preparing about three lakh fry on a hectare. In this way, six lakh fry per hectare and about 12 lakh fry on two acres in one year can be prepared.

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Arrangement for oxygen, filter machine and blower

Sandeep Verma, director general of the Department of Fisheries, said a filter machine would also be available to purify the water and oxygen for the fish to breathe in the pond. Apart from that, in the winter there will be a blower system to control the temperature at all times up to 23-24 degrees Celsius. Arrangements will be made to go out with quick water fountains, so that children can develop more quickly.

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