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Title: Management Information System in Pangasius Farming
Authors: Lê, Nguyễn Đoan Khôi
Issue Date: 2018
Series/Report no.: International Journal of Scientific Research;7 .- p. 455-461
Abstract: This paper was aimed to analyse and assess the types, sources and delivery methods of information relating to management information system in Pangasius farming.The results showed that there were 8 sources of the information relating to the fish health management. They are: (1) owned or self learning (pond/cage/pen), (2) extension agents, (3) private consultants, (4) input suppliers, (5) fish traders and processors/exporters, (6) mass media, (7) fisheries association, and (8) universities and research institutes. The most common sources to the fish farmers were the first, second, sixth, and the last institutions. For the surveyed services, the most important sources were the first, forth, and the last institutions. The sources of information are requested to be closer to the fish farmers and provide more useful information via appropriate methods of transferring the related information. At the current time, there are 6 different methods for delivery of information. For the fish farmers, these include: (1) direct experiment, (2) direct visit of other farms, (3) someone comes to the farm to instruct, (4) training and meeting, (5) mass media such as TV and radio, (6) reading materials. On the other side, the most appropriate delivery methods to the related services were: the second, forth and the last methods. The management information systems are required to be more frequent, as well as easier to understand and apply.
ISSN: 2277-8179
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