www.engineeringnews.co.za Innovative Aquaculture Farming Technology in South Africa Our focus is on using the latest international advances in aquaculture technology, combined with a pragmatic `what works in Africa’ attitude, to develop fish farming systems that are cost effective to erect and operate, produce the targetted production volumes and are as simple as possible to manage. Furthermore, we focus on using technology that is sustainable in the long term from the economic, biological and environmental perspectives. Innovative Aquaculture Farming Technology in South Africa
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Shrimp Farming and Fishing Village at 61 Moo 4, Mae Chan district, near the I Khlung Chanthaburi and JR Long, Thailand. In Central Thailand next to the sea- the Gulf of Thailand. Natural shrimp farming for about 25 years. Hard shell crabs and fish. There was also a Chinese community but they have recently left after they became well off and moved to a new area for more money. July 30, 3011.
Fish farms help post-tsunami Acehnese communities www.worldfishcenter.org The 2004 tsunami that devastated the province of Aceh in Indonesia left in its wake thousands of communities without homes and destroyed the livelihood of farmers who worked the land to produce rice, fish and shrimp. The WorldFish Center, in partnership with the Aceh Society Development (ASD) Cooperative, has helped to put communities back on their feet through providing vital assistance in the development of local small-scale aquaculture enterprises. The photofilm Investing in hope: Rusli’s Story, commissioned by the WorldFish Center, shows the journey of Acehnese shrimp farmer Rusli, and the renewed hope and income he found through the development of his shrimp farm, which was established by the Cooperative after the tsunami tore through his village. “Before I had shrimp ponds, my life was difficult and it was hard to find money to support my family. Now, I’m happy because my life is no longer a mess, and I’m proud of my accomplishments,” Rusli said. Rusli’s Story is echoed by thousands of small-scale fish and shrimp farmers that now operate in Northern Sumatra. The WorldFish Center is committed to using sustainable aquaculture to reduce poverty and hunger, and improve the lives of fish and shrimp farmers like Rusli in Aceh.
Nella trasmissione La terra dopo l’uomo in onda su DMAX vediamo il crollo simulato al computer del roller coaster Silver Bullet al Knott’s Berry Farm, il crolo è dovuto alla sabbia che viene usata per riempire i binari di certe montagne russe per dimunuirne la rumorosità.
This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http A cash crop is a crop grown for money. Four hundred years ago the first cash crop for European colonists in North America was tobacco. American Indians were already growing it. Then in sixteen twelve, says tobacco.org, an Englishman named John Rolfe found that it would “grow well in Virginia and sell profitably in England.” But tobacco kills millions every year. Farmers face increasing government restrictions on tobacco use. They also face less demand from developed countries and more competition from developing ones. Some farmers now grow niche crops instead of or in addition to tobacco. Niche crops are aimed at a particular market, but choosing what to plant can be difficult. Professor Tony Johnston at Middle Tennessee State University says most tobacco farms are relatively small. “The big issue for all the tobacco growing states is to find those small crops, those niche crops that would provide enough cash flow with fairly similar amounts of area on which you plant your crops.” Some tobacco farmers raise prawns, or freshwater shrimp. This kind of shellfish is used in different foods and often served cold in what Americans call shrimp cocktails. The British call them prawn cocktails. Tennessee farmer Jane Corbin says she got into this aquaculture business because it “sounded interesting.” On a recent weekend, she and her sons harvested tobacco and prawns from the same field. The prawns …
Peeling and de-veining shrimp can be a messy, time-consuming hassle. Watch a quick and easy method for preparing shrimp with just one easy cut. For recipe ideas and more videos, go to http://www.saveur.com/video.
Shrimp are a fantastic ingredient for an appetizer, a starter or a main dish. They take a little prep work before you start your recipes. Chef and author Becky Selengut shows us how to clean and devein fresh shrimp.Distributed by OneLoad.com
INTRO: North Carolina is certainly well-known for its agriculture industry—both in crops and in livestock. But a livelihood that’s been dominated by tobacco and hogs-among other things-is starting to welcome some new names like tilapia and prawns. They’re two of several types of seafood being raised and harvested as part of our state’s aquaculture industry. Rob Holliday has the story. TAG: Like crops and livestock, aquaculture is also regionally diverse. While many of the fish and shellfish do well in the eastern part of the state, several of them can succeed in the piedmont and mountains…and a few can even be raised indoors.
When completed in 1963, Wairākei was one of just two geothermal power stations in the world. However, it has adversely affected the surrounding thermal area — tourist attractions such as the famous Wairākei geyser and Champagne Pool have come to a halt, and the land is sinking. A nearby prawn farm takes advantage of heat from the power station’s waste water. Geothermal energy, www.teara.govt.nz Geyser Valley, 1950s, www.teara.govt.nz Wairākei to Ōhakuri, www.teara.govt.nz Opening Wairākei power station, www.teara.govt.nz Archival audio: Archives New Zealand — Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga, www.archives.govt.nz People of the Waikato. National Film Unit, 1956. —Roadside Stories are a series of audio guides to places of interest on major road trips in New Zealand. Each guide tells the story of an attraction along the way — its people, its history, its cultural and natural significance. For more information about Roadside Stories visit www.mch.govt.nz
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