Approaches in Poultry, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Soil-Induced Increased Fertilization and Hatching of Carps

  • Open or Close NR Chattopadhyay*

    Visiting Research Professor, Department of Biotechnology & Zoology, Rajib Gandhi university, India

    *Corresponding author: NR Chattopadhyay, Visiting Research Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Department of Zoology, Rajib Gandhi university, Rono Hills, Doimukh, Itanagar 791112, India, Email: nrchatterjee40@gmail.com

Submission: August 31, 2017; Published: November 03, 2017

ISSN : 2576-9162
Volume1 Issue3


During extensive field study, to cover the bundh breeding program at certain districts of West Bengal, India, we came across with a unique traditional and innovative technology for increasing fertilization and hatching rate of carp eggs in captivity. Bund breeding is an age old practice of some kind of sympathetic breeding technology [1-4], by utilizing the undulating terrain and vast catchment area, for quality seed production in captivity [5]. This practice was in vogue before introduction of induced breeding technique in West Bengal and was the main source of quality supply to cultivators except natural source [6-8].

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