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More Production in Less Time ‘Jayanti Rohi’
More production in less time. That’s why everyone from farmers to scientists is involved. The whole of India has been more profitable than other crops. India currently produces 6 million metric tonnes of fresh water annually, with a target of increasing it to 12 million metric tonnes by 2025. Efforts are underway to increase fish farming by adopting different methods of fresh water.
Similarly, the method of breeding (selective breeding) has been adopted to make ‘Jayanti Rohi’. It is a genetically engineered Rohi fish that can be grown. “It simply came to our notice then. Said Kanta Das Mohapatra.
More Profits in Jayanti Rohi’s Business:
It was nicknamed “Jayanti Rohi” for the first time in the 17th year of the golden jubilee of India’s independence. This Rohi has a capacity of 6,050 percent more than the normal Rohi. So farmers can earn more by raising this fish. It is being shipped to a total of 16 states, including Bihar, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Assam, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. This helps in the development of improved Rohi fish in hatchlings.
Carp or catfish, such as: Vakur, Rohi, Mirikali, etc., are more likely to lay eggs. One egg weighs one kilogram and one to two lakh eggs can be found. As a result, there are fewer breeding pairs in the hatch, and more baits are being made. Twins have been breeding for many years and have been breeding for a long time. Such hatchlings have symptoms of intrauterine depression in many places. As a result, the fish’s growth and immunity are reduced. There is a great need for better quality twins to increase productivity. With all this in mind, a project in collaboration with the Sifa (Central Freshwater Aquaculture Research Institute) and the Norwegian government was launched in 1922 by Sifa to increase the number of Rohi fish by selection breeding.
Fish with higher quality of life are selected by breeding and breeding. Five rivers, including the Ganges, the Yamuna, the Brahmaputra, the Gomti and the Sutlej, and the Rohingya from the Sifa farm were collected for breeding. The fish were identified by different colors or cross-sections, and kept together. After the maturity of the collected fish, each female was given a combination of two male fish and a family name. In each case, they have seized it, despite obstacles we can scarcely imagine. ” When the fishermen weigh 8-10 grams in the nursery pond, the magnetic tag is applied to each fish’s body to identify it. This tag is then identified by the tag number, which tracks the growth of each fish. Once the fish have been identified, they are released into a pond. Fish that are more likely to grow in the same environment are selected for their quality. Fish with high growth potential are based on fertility and are used as breeding fish.
Food for ‘Jayanti Rohi’:
Coconut husks 33%, dry husks 5%, brown peas 40%, vitamin minerals 2%), soybean peas20%. It should be given twice as much as 2-3% of the fish’s weight. Each time the net is pulled, the signs and symptoms of the disease should be considered. Proper pond management is essential.
Where to find twins:
“Jayanti Rohi” is available in Gund Yaal Sifa. To promote this fish farming, SIFA Director Dr. Jitendra Kumar Sundaray is also continuing his efforts.
‘Jayanti Rohi’ to the success of the farmers:
Sourav Kumar Bishwal, a fish farmer from Tulang village in Tirthol area of Jagatsinghpur district, set an example for others. From 2009 to 2012, he earns Rs 15-20 lakh a year by cultivating various fish. In 2012, he took over 200,000 jubilee Rohi twins from Sifa and saw that it was producing more than ordinary Rohi. Later, Sourav succeeded in cultivating ‘Jayanti Rohi’. Like Sourav, Sandeep of Banhara village under Cuttack Salepur has also made a lot of money by cultivating his own Jayanti Rohi. The fisherman also trades in fish food and medicine to nearby farmers, as well as fish farming. Jayanti Rohi’s fingerprints have also been sold to nearby farmers.
More than one crore pairs have been donated:
The twins have been supplied to farmers for less than 10 years. One lakh yaks are sold for Rs 400.
He earns at least Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 by selling and selling twins from Sifa within a month to two months. But for that they have to write a letter to ‘Sifa’ as per the rules 2 months ago. Since the twins are given between July and August. That’s why we have to apply for it from June. It takes about a year for twins to turn into big fish. And it yields 25% more than normal Rohi, said Dr. Sifa, the chief scientist at Sifa. Said Kanta Das Mohapatra. This year, more than 1 crore twin farmers have been provided.