The idea of growing fish in artificially created conditions is known since long, but currently they do not lose their
Business plan fish farming
relevance. The purpose of creation of modern farms is breeding fish in the ponds of natural origin and artificially created ponds and specialized pools. Among the modern methods of fish farming can be distinguished:
Pond fish farming. This method is suitable for the cultivation of various species and classes of fish.
Rearing. In this way grown salmon, carp, pike, bream, perch and so on.
Cage breeding. This method is suitable for growing large fish.
Individual breeders breed fish in mini-ponds, representing large barrels or tubs.
Pre-opening management fish breeding, is the development of a business plan. Only in this way we calculate all future costs and predict the likely returns, you can succeed in this industry. Continue reading
The Mediterranean can rightly be considered one of the richest basins in which are found many diverse species of marine inhabitants. The inhabitants of the Northern coast of the island of Cyprus is not only a different species of fish . but as well as exotic marine inhabitants .
The most common fish off the coast of Northern Cyprus is a small sea breams and gilthead . Local Turkish sea bream known as the “levrek” and Dorado in Turkish Cyprus called “chipura”. Just off the coast of the Northern coast of Cyprus less frequently, but still can be found and mullet . which in Turkish sounds the same, and the menu is in English as ” grey Mulet “.
Major mackerel – is a rare visitor North coast of Cyprus, but sometimes still fishermen she meets. Mackerel in Turkish sounds like “minari” and in some restaurants you can find dishes from this fish. Off the coast of Northern Cyprus it is rare and fish Tangri . the big fish of the halibut family.
In all restaurants the menu includes dishes from the most common on the island fish bream (” chipura “) and/or sea bream (” levrek “). In restaurants all the fish, pre-marinated in olive oil with a minimal amount of spices, usually cooked over charcoal. In restaurants with fresh fish supplied by local fishermen . who daily go out to sea and always returned with a rich catch.
From large fish off the coast of Northern Cyprus lives of eels . but as this fish rarely ascends from the depths of the sea, then catch the local fishermen rather difficult. From large fish off the coast of Cyprus most often there are still cod and tuna .
North Cyprus is the perfect place for underwater hunting and fishing! Continue reading
Greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades could have a significant impact on oceanic life forms, with such dire predictions were made by the expert on marine biology Michael Beeman from the University of California in Merced. – Concern about this issue in informed circles is growing because human activity is very rapidly changes the pH (acidity) in the oceans. And although we don’t know what will be the final effect of changing the nitrogen cycle, the experiments are being conducted worldwide, and based on them we can assume that the effect will be global.
According to him, the growth of carbon dioxide emissions, increased by the burning of fossil fuels and other human activity increases the acidity of water, which, in turn, significantly alters the nitrogen cycle in the sea. And because nitrogen is an essential nutrient for living organisms, although, as it turned out recently, some life forms can adapt to other elements, eventually the process will affect all forms of marine life, reports innovanews .
During his research Dr. Beman lowered the pH of water at six different sites in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. In each case, when pH was lowered, and decreased generation of oxidized forms of nitrogen, which usually uses phytoplankton and drugability. This nitrogen is produced through the oxidation of ammonia in sea water by microorganisms. According to the scientist, these results can be used to assess the potential impact of oxidation on the nitrogen cycle in the sea and marine life forms in General. But the observed effects require additional research. Continue reading