Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2018)
Integrated fish farming with special reference to paddy cum fish culture under climatic stress
Author(s): Shweta Deshmukh, Sadhna Tamot, Praveen Tamot
Abstract: Many farmer cum fisherman are suffering from declining income and increasing financial insecurity mainly as a result of climate change. Integrated Fish Management has been an important strategy for ensuring the sustainable use of water resources in recent years. Awareness towards climate change has to targated to address the socio-economic needs of such communities that are highly dependent on fisheries & farming for their survival, are required to be address wider environmental concerns. The intrinsic links between poverty and the environment have been well known and are needed to be discussed and studied Paddy cum Fish Culture is almost as primitive as Paddy Farming. These fishes are taken to initiate additional for extra income. Rice –cum-fish culture is practiced almost in all rice growing belts. The study was done in Madhya Pradesh, Dist. Seoni, Tehsil Keolari, Village- Kanchanwada. The survey was done in two concurrent years of 2015-16 & 2016-17. As a result the seasonal income through fishes and Paddy had been widely affected upto 50% due to very less rainfall and high temperature during monsoon in 2016-17.