The Israel Film Service Collection

Forced Spawning

3 Minutes, 1972
Public Announcement
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Directed by: Unknown
Production Company:Israel Film Service
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

A short film produced by the Film Service for the Department of Agriculture provides a description of the forced spawning process of the silver carp, also known as Ksif The film sheds light on the findings of research conducted by the Fisheries Research Station, a division of the Ministry of Agriculture, which emphasizes the necessity of artificial intervention in the breeding cycle of the silver carp, a process that includes injections for both females and males, close monitoring of the egglaying phase, the concentration of the eggs in specially designed aquariums, and the creation of a controlled environment that ensures Successful rearing of the fry until they reach a stage suitable for release into freshwater ponds, where they can be nurtured and raised for food production.


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