|EMW id||EMW ref. id||FAO species category||Species||Scientific name||Lower EMW (g)||Upper EMW (g)||Reference indicates lower or upper EMW figure?||EMW Method||Length-weight calculations||*** Fish Size Quote ***||*** Explanatory Notes ***||Country||Link to reference (external site)||Reference document||Reference url||Link to FishBase.org Species Summary (external site)|
|EMW-129||4||Nile tilapia||Nile tilapia||Oreochromis niloticus||600.00||600.00||Both||Weight or weight range||NONE||P201. "Oreochromis niloticus is not indigenous in Zimbabwe, having been introduced in the 1980s for fish farming...|
Juveniles weighing 10 g are transferred from Lake Harvest's ponds to 'juvenile cages' where they are on-grown to 80 g. They are then transferred to 'production cages' and grown to a market size of around 600 g, an average body weight providing a good blend of fish for filleting and the whole fish trade."
|Data from this reference document has been used for the following ref ids pertaining to this EMW: 1,2,3,4.||Zimbabwe||More info.||"Cage aquaculture: regional reviews and global overview". FAO fisheries Technical Paper 498. Edited by Matthias Halwart, Doris Soto, J. Richard Arthur. FAO 2007.||More info||More info.|