Aquaculture refers to the breeding and raising of fish, shellfish, and aquatic plants. Trout, prawns (shrimp) and catfish are the primary focus of production is Georgia. This page provides links to resources related to fish production, management, and health.
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- Fisheries Management & Aquaculture
A collection of useful links regarding pond management, population assessment, and various pond problems.
- Georgia Center for Aquaculture Development (GCAD) Summary
An overview of GCAD and its program goals.
- Impact Statements: Aquaculture
Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge & practices related to aquaculture.
- Managing Fish Ponds During a Drought
Provides several measures that can be taken to reduce the effects of drought on fish ponds not designed for dry weather.
- UGA Aquaculture Programs
Extension support and instruction in aquaculture topics at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus. Fish farmers, students, and the general public can find information on fish culture, farm ponds, and aquatic plant management on this site.
- Aquaculture Data
USDA site providing statistics on domestically grown catfish and trout, as well as on U.S. imports and exports of fish and shellfish that may be products of aquaculture, such as salmon, shrimp, and oysters.
- Aquaculture Network Information Center
AquaNIC is the gateway to the world's electronic resources for aquaculture information.
- Aquaculture Regulations in Georgia (GA DNR)
An overview of Georgia aquaculture regulations.
- Southern Regional Aquaculture Center
Provides organizational information, directories, manuals and forms, projects, progress reports, fact sheets, research publications, and other useful links.