Vol. 4, Issue 5 (2019)
Analysis of fish productivity of Govindgarh Lake, Rewa (M.P.)
Author(s): Minakshi Shukla, Dr. Umesh Pandey
Abstract: Govindgarh lake is a big water body rich in flora and fauna. The lake is also used for fish culture under the control of department of fisheries Government of M.P. The production of stored fish depends mainly on the suitability of the cultivated species and the condition of the lake where the cultivation is done. With the maintenance and improvement of the lake, the right choice of fish, artificial food and stocking rate can be controlled and enhanced. Mixed species cultivation will produce more than single species cultivation. It is clear that no species can use the farm's available food. A combination of many compatible species with supplementary food habits will make better use of the pond's food resources. The number composition of fishes were Local Major showed highest production in number followed by Rohu, Catla, Common Carp, Mrigal and Local Minor having 2116, 2019, 1766, 471, 437 and 47 in which number composition were 31%, 29%, 26%, 7%, 6% and 0.68% respectively during the study period.