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fish culture

noun
1.
the artificial propagation and breeding of fish.
Origin of fish culture
1860-1865
First recorded in 1860-65
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  • It is much better adapted to fish culture than to the production of folks.

    The Ghosts Robert G. Ingersoll
  • fish culture of a certain kind dates from very early times, but its scientific development has only come about quite recently.

    Amateur Fish Culture Charles Edward Walker
  • fish culture, particularly trout culture, has become a trade, and a paying one.

    Amateur Fish Culture Charles Edward Walker
  • There would appear, then, to be a good time coming for fish culture, and those who earnestly follow it.

    Amateur Fish Culture Charles Edward Walker
  • To these gentlemen the country is much indebted for the knowledge derived from their zeal and success in fish culture.

    Soil Culture J. H. Walden
  • fish culture never became a serious occupation among the Romans.

  • A large pond above Shottermill, beside the high-road from Haslemere, is used for fish culture.

    Surrey A.R. Hope Moncrieff
  • The story of Mr. Walton's tenancy of sixteen years is thus an interesting chapter in fish culture.

    Lines in Pleasant Places

    William Senior
  • There are many good German anglers; the world of angling and fish culture owes much to their scientists.

    Lines in Pleasant Places

    William Senior
  • For example, this country is now enjoying the benefits of fish culture, but why did we not enjoy it a hundred years ago?

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