GIVE

Extension Publications

Get Adobe Reader web button

The following publications address a variety of topics pertaining to commercial ornamental aquaculture and non-native species.  The majority of these publications are extension fact sheets from the University of Florida's Electronic Data Information Source (EDIS) and the Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC), of which the University of Florida is a part. Each publication is an Adobe Acrobat PDF file.

University of Florida extension publications provided here cover a wide area of interests including profitable and sustainable agriculture, environment and natural resources, 4-H and other youth programs, Florida-friendly landscapes, economic well-being and life quality for individuals and families and communities that are vibrant and prosperous. All University of Florida extension publications can be found at the University's Electronic Data Information Source (EDIS).

Beginning Aquaculture | Ornamental AquacultureNon-Ornamental Aquaculture | Water Quality | Recirculating Aquaculture Systems | Fish Health Management | Fish Diseases - Parasites | Fish Diseases - Bacteria | Fish Diseases - Viruses | Fish Disease - Fungal | Non-Infectious Diseases | Treatments and Biologics | Nutrition and Feeding | Induced Spawning | Harvesting, Grading and Transport | Aquaulture Equipment and Engineering | Aquatic Weed Control | Pesticides | Predation | Economics and Business Management | Disaster Assistance | Corals | Non-Native Species | Aquatic Veterinary Professional Development | Miscellaneous | Aquarium Hobbyists and Pond OwnersYouth

Beginning Aquaculture

Ornamental Aquaculture

Non-Ornamental Aquaculture

Water Quality

Recirculating Aquaculture Systems

Fish Health Management

Fish Diseases - Parasites

Fish Diseases - Bacteria

Fish Diseases - Viruses

Fish Diseases - Fungal

Non-infectious Diseases

Treatments and Biologics

Nutrition and Feeding

Induced Spawning

Harvesting, Grading and Transport

Aquaculture Equipment and Engineering

Aquatic Weed Control

Pesticides

Predation

Economics and Business Management

Disaster Assistance

Corals

Non-Native Species

Aquatic Veterinary Professional Development

Miscellaneous

Aquarium Hobbyists and Pond Owners

Youth