'Cage' refers to the type of culturing units consisting of a framed net open at the top and floating on the surface, or when completely enclosed, the cage is kept below the water surface by adjustable buoyancy or suspending from the surface.
The increasing popularity of cage culture worldwide can be attributed to the following advantages:
Fish Farming In Poly House
The method of fish farming is called integrated recycling systems which is considered the largest scale method of “pure” fish farming. This approach uses large plastic tanks that are placed inside a greenhouse. There are hydroponic beds that are placed near the plastic tanks. The water in the plastic tanks is circulated to the hydroponic beds, where the fish feed waste goes to provide nutrients to the plant crops that are grown in the hydroponic beds. The majority of types of plants that are grown in the hydroponic beds are herbs such as parsley and basil.
Shrimp Farming In Poly House
In the coastal states of India saltwater shrimp is being grown in a greenhouse as part of a project Promoted many Government Institute by ICAR, National Center For Sustainable Aquaculture, Central Institute of Brackish water Aquaculture, University College of Agriculture. The goal is to develop a seafood production system that is sustainable, scalable, and environmentally friendly.
The next big thing in urban farming is the cultivation of shrimp in the house. Coastal area Shrimp is grown in a sustainable greenhouse and indoor aquaculture systems. Over the past few years indoor shrimp farms are popping up between the coasts and in some of the most unlikely places. Many of these farms are a long, long way from the coast.
In fact, the South India Sea Coastal area is a hub of saltwater shrimp farming. Particularly, in agricultural communities and Other Local Organization. You’ll also find these operations exist in South states bordering the West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala. And most recently, perhaps the first urban shrimp farming business In Poly House.
Many of the growers doing saltwater shrimp farming indoors have found a new use for barns made vacant by changes in conventional agriculture. However, empty warehouses and factories in cities and towns across the country would work for saltwater shrimping too.