The conclusion of the activities of the training course, which was held under the title of fish nutrition, at the headquarters of the Central Laboratory for Fisheries Research in Al-Abbas, in the presence of Dr. Amira Al-Hanafi, Director of the Central Laboratory for Fisheries Research, Dr. Salah Kamal, the laboratory’s representative for research affairs, Dr. Mohamed Salah, Head of Fish Nutrition Research Department, and Dr. Hamid Mohamed Hamed, Head Department of Fish Extension Research, Dr. Nahla El-Sayed Ismail, Department of Environmental and Fish Biology Research, and Dr. Taghreed Muhammad Naguib, Department of Fish Health and Welfare Research.
Dr. Talaat Nagy lectured on the basics of fish nutrition, Dr. Salah Kamal lectured on fish nutrition and the appropriate relationship to the different growth stages of marine fish, and Dr. Mohamed Salah lectured on the role of proper nutrition and its impact on fish production.
Dr. Reham Fawzy also lectured about the dangers of mycotoxins and their negative impact on fish feed. Dr. Mohamed Al-Dhahabi explained the methods of tilapia hatching and the care of the pretext.
On her part, Dr. Amira Al-Hanafi, Director of the Central Laboratory for Fisheries, said that the course aimed to focus on the practical side, starting with how to conduct the necessary analyzes to establish the farm from soil and water, and then how to conduct the installation of feed, detection and identification of fish diseases, in addition to visiting research ponds, greenhouses and hatchery and explaining on the ground. .
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The director of the Central Laboratory for Fisheries Research indicated that the course dealt with a lecture on integrated fish farming, biosecurity and proper nutrition, and then a visit was made to the nature of the ponds to learn about its activities, as well as practical training on how to analyze pond water in the morning in the research farm of the laboratory and to identify the measurements of oxygen, ammonia and the elements that Affects fish farming and then visits the productive ponds to learn about the breeding and production processes and the method of harvesting.
Certificates of attendance of the training course were also delivered after the course was evaluated in terms of course materials, lecturers, practical part, course duration, research farm, hatchery, micro-equipment lab, and performance in general.
It is worth noting that the Central Laboratory for Fisheries Research of the Agricultural Research Center is one of the research fortresses specialized in the field of fisheries research, which includes all the disciplines needed by the fish sector. And the Research Department of Fish Production and Fish Farming Systems, the Department of Limnology Research (Water and Soil), the Research Department of Fish Nutrition and Diet Manufacturing, and the Department of Fish Diseases Research