Due to the abrupt outbreak of COVID-19, the negative impact on the business world has been very apparent. What was once strong, robust, producing businesses are now experiencing a sharp decline in their revenue; and some to the point of permanent closures.
But though this pandemic, it is evident that businesses investing in various types of renewable energy are showing resilience. For example, fish farming has proven to be sustainable for several generations. Fish farming encompasses the following: pisciculture, biofloc fish farming, mobile tank fish farming, Aquaculture, Aquaponics, and paduthakulam. Both the state and central governments are positively encouraging fish farming as a strong self-employment investment.
The basic material needed for any fish farm is a Garware tarpaulin. The waterproof, nylon tarpaulin is used to line the fishpond for water retention and cleanliness; clean water is the key to growing healthy fish.
Here are the features of the Garware tarpaulin:
- Aquatic safe
- UV resistant material
- strong heat-sealed joints
- No shrinkage-like cotton tarpaulins
- Easy to repair
- Available in different sizes