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Identification of faced problems and suggestions of fishermen in their farming in Moyna block of West Bengal

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Hiralal Jana and Debabrata Basu
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

India is to sustain 16 per cent of the world’s population on 2.4 percent of the global land area. It has to feed its burgeoning population using 3 percent and 5 percent of global farm land and water resources. Hence, its dependence on aquatic resources for production of additional food is obvious and shall become more and more obligatory. Fisheries are playing a key role in the changing profile of Indian economic growth. Presently, the fish cultivation is under grasp of many problems. Therefore, the present study was conducted to identify the various problems faced by fishermen in their farming and the suggestions provided by them to mitigate those. The study was undertaken in Moyna block of East Midnapur district of West Bengal. The study revealed that fishermen of the study area faced the major problems, those were-(1) No option to lift ground water (100%) (2) Lack of good road condition (100%) (3) Transportation cost is very high (100%) (4) Adulterated fish feed (100%) (5) Price of fish feed is very high (100%) (6) Scarcity of water at summer season (100%) (7) Flood problem (100%) (8) Maintain the fish pond bund is a problem (100%) and (9) Market price of fish is less (88%). The main suggestions provided by the fishermen were-(1) Govt. should allow to set up mini-tube well for fish cultivation (90%) (2) Widen metal road is needed, permit to run heavy vehicle and water transport system should be activated by renovating canal (100%) (3) Govt. should have strict supervision to control the quality of fish feed (100%) (4) Integrated measures are to be taken to prevent soil erosion from pond bund (100%) (5) If govt. is able to provide fish feed, it will be good for fishermen (100%) (6) there should be provision of getting suitable river water (100%) and (7) proper drainage system should be developed by the govt. (100%). Therefore, the extension agencies, public or private are working in the study area will consider these problems heartily and will try to find out the possible ways to remove those problems according to their level best.

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