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View the PDF document Growth of fingerlings of big-belly mullet, Liza macrolepis, fed with local products (In Fisheries Research Bulletin of Tonga, Volume 2, 1994)
Author(s): Fale, P., Paongo, O., Niumeitolu, S.
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries, Tonga
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
Notes: pp. 1-6
ASFA Keywords: Mullet fisheries, Feed experiments, Breeding, Fisheries development
Country Collection: Tonga
Abstract: Effects on the growth of big-belly mullet, Liza macrolepis, was examined for three kinds of locally produced materials, namely, cassava, squash pumpkin and beer brewery residue, in a rearing experiment. All materials were processed to meal and mixed with formula feed for carp imported from Japan at 1:1 in weight before given to each batch of fish reared in separate tanks.

View the PDF document Mullet fry collection for culture along the coast of Tongatapu Island (In Fisheries Research Bulletin of Tonga, Volume 1, 1994)
Author(s): Fa'anunu, U., Fale, P., Pa'ongo, O., Taholo, L., Kawaguchi, M.
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries, Tonga
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
Notes: pp. 1-6
ASFA Keywords: Mullet fisheries, Mullet culture, Fisheries development
Country Collection: Tonga
Abstract: Collection of mullet fry with a beach seine net was conducted fortnightly from April 1992 to March 1993 at six locations along the coast of the Tongatapu Island.

View the PDF document Test selling of cultured mullet at the fish market (In Fisheries Research Bulletin of Tonga, Volume 3, 1995)
Author(s): Fale, P., Paongo, O., Vi, F., Kimura, T.
Publisher: Ministry of Fisheries, Tonga
Place: Nuku'alofa (Tonga)
Notes: pp. 35-37
ASFA Keywords: Mullet fisheries, Marketing, Economic analysis
Country Collection: Tonga
Abstract: Mullet is the most highly appreciated fish by Tongan people, however, the mullet is constantly in short supply and cannot meet the strong demand. Therefore, a technical and economical feasibility study on the mullet culture has been taken up as one of the main objectives in the joint Tonga-Japan Aquaculture Research and Development Project.

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