Freshwater Fish Cultivation

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Khatunar Jahan


This paper aimed to finding out about Freshwater Fish Cultivation. The research method used is descriptive method, namely the method of explaining a problem. In addition, the method used in this study is an explanatory method, namely a method that explains what, how are the results of the research itself far. There are several things that we must pay attention to when harvesting the results, including the tools used to collect the results, the methods used for harvesting the results and how to store the results. The tools used to collect fish are many ways including: hook, nets, Pecak, Anco, Bubu, Kere, and so on and it can also be done by drying the pond water as a whole, this is usually used for harvesting as a whole.

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