Tilapia is a genus taxa belonging to the Cichlidae family, which includes endemic hot water fishes in Africa. They are resistant to a pH of 5 to 11 and a ammonia concentration of 2.5 mg / L. Although they are freshwater fish, some species can live in salty water. They are able to withstand high temperatures (from 13 ° C to 30 ° C) and have low oxygen requirements. With high nutritional value and easy to grow, the demand for these fish is increasing day by day.

To make Tilapia growning, clean water, oxygen, food, light and winds are required. Where all these are provided under optimum conditions, tilapia can be efficiently grown.

The clean water required to grow tilapia can be obtained by new water intake or by good maintenance of existing water. For the new water intake, the water and pool temperature should be the same and the water should be of drinking water quality.

Nutritional Values of Tilapia
Tilapia / Baked
Serving Amount: 100 g


Calorie 128 Fat 2,7 g
Cholesterol 57 mg Sodium 56 mg
Potassium 380 mg Carbohydrate 0 g


Nile Tilapia

Nile Tilapia

( Oreochromis Niloticus )
Mass: 2.4 g
Length: 60 cm

Blue Tilapia

Blue Tilapia

( Oreochromis Niloticus )
Mass: 2.3 to 2.7 kg
Length: 13 to 20 cm

Mozambique Tilapia

Mozambique Tilapia

( Oreochromis Niloticus )
Mass: 1.1 kg
Length: 6 to 28 cm



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