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Kings Infra Ventures ties up with TNJFU for aqua project

Friday, 30 Jul 2021
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Kings Infra Ventures, a technology-driven sustainable aquaculture company, has signed a pact with Tamil Nadu Dr J Jayalalitha Fisheries University (TNJFU), Nagapattinam, for a collaborative project to develop standardised pond-based culture technique for commercially important marine species.

TNJFU will provide research and analysis, while the Kochi-based Kings Infra will take care of infrastructure and funding needs of the project.

The focus of the project is to help small and marginal farmers to augment their income by helping them to adopt sustainable aquaculture practices, based on the model developed by the collaborative project.

The project has been designed to be replicated and the model spread across the entire coastal community in Tamil Nadu and other parts of the country.

The project is aimed at developing a standard technology for pond-based Recirculated Aquaculture System (RAS) for vannamei farming to develop a standard technology for pond culture of commercially important marine finfish such as cobia, pompano and seabass and to demonstrate the developed technology to the farming community through on-farm training.

The farm unit of the Kings Infra at Chipikulam in Thoothukudi will be carrying out the study for the collaborative venture.

Kings Infra has been championing the cause of environmentally sustainable aquaculture for the past many years to enhance productivity and farmers' income. Sustainable aquaculture has tremendous scope for growth as 49 percent of global demand for human consumption of fish is contributed by aquaculture.

In FY21, aquaculture shrimp contributed 74 percent value of the Indian seafood exports worth Rs 43,717 crore.

 
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