Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service provides an array of resources related to fisheries and aquaculture management for landowners and commercial producers including publications, virtual learning courses, recorded webinars and how-to videos.
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This online course is the first in a series of three developed to introduce homeowners, DIY hobbyists, or future commercial farm operators to the world of aquaponics.
This online course is the second in a series of three developed to introduce homeowners, DIY hobbyists, or future commercial farm operators to the world of aquaponics.
Adding crushed agricultural limestone (calcium carbonate), or "liming," is a relatively inexpensive, well-known, and highly discussed management practice to enhance crop productivity in both acidic soil and water. Liming a pond to maintain consistent and optimal alkalinity concentrations will improve ecosystem health and maximize fish growth. This publication discusses aquatic health and the application of […]
The greater Houston region is losing freshwater wetlands to the point that the water quality of Galveston Bay and other local water bodies is severely threatened. This publication offers a brief overview of research on wetland losses in the eight-county Houston metro area and offers ideas on how residents and policymakers can take action to […]
To maximize profits, small hatcheries and oystermen can focus on branding, marketing, and production techniques to increase demand without increasing costs. Utilizing unique oyster-culture practices, highlighting regional variations, creating a brand name, and attracting a loyal following can lead to increased sales and profits. (3 pages)