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The Role of Technology in Nigerian Catfish Production: A Review

DOI: 10.18805/ag.RF-219    | Article Id: RF-219 | Page : 304-311
Citation :- The Role of Technology in Nigerian Catfish Production: A Review.Agricultural Reviews.2022.(43):304-311
Samuel Ijabo Ogah, Goshen David Miteu, Emmanuel Oluwasogo Oyewole, Josephine Oluseyi Adebayo, Elohozino Oghale Benneth samuelogah44@gmail.com
Address : Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Federal University Gashua, Nigeria.
Submitted Date : 13-08-2021
Accepted Date : 4-12-2021

Abstract

This article examines the state of Catfish production in Nigeria and the roles technology has played over the past decades. Heightened demand as a result of increased population puts considerable pressure on production. In response to this pressure aquaculturists ramped up production activities, this demand-driven increase exposes the major gaps as the industry struggles to cope with the absence of fundamental structures like inadequate structured funding, markets, processing and preservation facilities among others. Such gaps exist in all aspects of aquaculture and technology is a viable plug for many of them. The aquaculture of developing nations has certain peculiarities which predispose it to slow development. Many fishermen and aquaculturists in low-income regions are trapped in economic systems that result in relative poverty. Many reasons have been put forward to explain the dynamics behind these consequences with technology playing a major role from the consensus. Rapid advances in hatchery, water quality and molecular technology have been identified as some of the active drivers of Catfish production in Nigeria. The article focuses on the history, progress and prospects of aquaculture technology in Nigeria. It does so by reviewing the technologies already established in Catfish farming and the impact of their roles in balancing fish demand and supply.

Keywords

Catfish production Fish farming Nigerian aquaculture Technology

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