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Fishery management in inland waters Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan waters






Nauka Alma Ata : 25-27

Fishery management in inland waters Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan waters

A method of lake-fisheries management has been worked out, similar to the 2- and 3- year method of pond-fish management. The main object of the fishery will be carp, also grass carp and either silver carp or peled; among predators asp, sheatfish and pike will be cultivated. An annual yield of 60-70 kg/ha of carp, and of 10 kg/ha of predators, is planned. Spring-summer fishing is barred.


Accession: 024697496



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