Journal Siplieria Sciences <p><strong>Journal Siplieria Sciences ISSN 2709-2380 </strong>is an international journal open access and peer reviewed journal includes all the areas of research activities ini Life Sciences such as Agriculture, Fisheries, Marine Science, E<span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">nviroment and <span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">Environmental Biology</span></span></span></span>.</p> <p>The articles published in Journal Siplieria Sciences have been double blind-reviewed by peer reviewers. The decision on whether the scientific article is accepted or not in this journal will be the Editorial Board’s right based on peer reviewer's recommendation. </p> en-US Sun, 11 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Freshwater Aquaculture Fisheries Innovation and Fresh Fish Marketing <p>In this article the care and promotion of freshwater fish is discussed. The stages of cultivation include the development medium preparation, supply of indulges/seed dispersal, management of water, management of feedstuff, pest control and disease management. Furthermore, advances on the marketing of freshwater fish are aimed at enhancing the economy of the population in terms of revenue, processing, delivery, entry, and utilization of products that provide the resources of the community. Innovation of fresh fish marketing A number of operations are linked to each other in the fishing agri-business framework including the sourcing, manufacturing, post-harvest processing (agro-industries), marketing and institutions. There is a method to produce a commodity all things in the fisheries agribusiness. In all operations producing products or services, marketing activities are also relevant. Fisheries may be divided into commodities and commodities.</p> Jeydan Ferouk, Barthulomeus Seymour Copyright (c) 2021 Journal Siplieria Sciences Sun, 11 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Disparities in Agricultural Industrial Technology Use between Asia, Africa, and Europe <p>The agricultural industry's advancement by the use of technologies was the correct course of action during the industrial revolution. Optimisation by the application of technologies in the context of improved yield (both in terms of output and quantity) and more effective usage of available capital. The agricultural sector, especially rice farming, provides the majority of farmers in Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia with their primary source of income. These three countries have an abundance of natural resources, including fertile rice-growing areas. The Internet of Things (IoT) is used in the Agricultural Internet to link artifacts in our environment to the internet through smartphones or other mobile devices. This complements and advances existing modern agricultural practices, such as irrigation, land management, fertilizer and pesticide application, crop variety production, post-harvest processing, and marketing.</p> Eshaq Adofo, Shibab Mukawloon Copyright (c) 2021 Journal Siplieria Sciences Sun, 11 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Effectiveness of Sustainable Agriculture and Industrial Agriculture in Africa <p>The aim of this analysis is to examine the efficacy of sustainable farming in Africa and industrial farming. Sustainable agriculture as an approach to food production that combines agriculture's economic, social and environmental dimensions. The agricultural societies in Asia and Africa have effectively followed these values. The growing evidence and accessible scientific review of the creation of programs suggests that sustainable interventions can be highly successful to enhance productivity, promote protection of soil and water incomes and to ensure food safety; improve agricultural, wildlife and plant health; increase natural disasters and climate change resistance, minimize greenhouse gas emissions and promote societies. This demonstrates that the efficiency of organic farming has a positive influence in different countries on the future of agriculture.</p> Al Khun Naizi, Zish Copyright (c) 2021 Journal Siplieria Sciences Sun, 11 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0700 Life for Fisheries: Sociology and Rural Economy for Fishermen <p>There are comparatively few socio-economic conditions in the community, so the demand on coastal infrastructure to satisfy Community demands may, over the long term, be much greater. The level of education of the fishing community is still classified as poor and coastal community settlements, especially fishermen, are still not well organized under environmental conditions. In the long term, the demand on coastal services would be higher in order to satisfy Community needs, given the community's socio-economic circumstances which are comparatively poor in healthcare. Much in the coastal regions fishing was passed down by their descendants from generation to generation.</p> Meduya Okuye, Eyibo Copyright (c) 2021 Journal Siplieria Sciences Sun, 11 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0700