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Management of broodstock and quality control of fish seed in Hungary

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  • Varadi, L.
  • Gorda, S.
  • Bakos, J.
  • Jeney, Z.

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Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) breeding has a long tradition in Hungary. However, recent economic changes in Eastern Europe and new developments in aquaculture necessitated the need for ensuring quality of the brood stock used in hatcheries and the legal and institutional frameworks needed to implement the program. In addition to good research and development programs and gene banking, it became essential to establish an appropriate legal framework, organize, coordinate and control breeding activities, and provide financial support. It was a major breakthrough for carp breeding when C.carpio was recognized as one of the cultivated animals in the Animal Breeding Act in 1993. The Carp Breeding Section of the Hungarian Fish Producers Association plays an important role in carp breeding programs. Thirteen breeding farms of the Carp Breeding Section have 24 certified C.carpio varieties. In Hungary, about 80 % of the seed used as stocking for commercial production are from high quality certified breeders.

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  • Varadi, L. & Gorda, S. & Bakos, J. & Jeney, Z., 2002. "Management of broodstock and quality control of fish seed in Hungary," Naga, The WorldFish Center, vol. 25(3/4), pages 45-47.
  • Handle: RePEc:wfi:wfnaga:35938
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    Keywords

    Seed (aquaculture); Brood stocks; Selective breeding; Hungary; Cyprinus carpio;

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    • Q00 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - General - - - General

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