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How many months do you harvest tilapia?

Asked: Reel Fishing Holland, Last Updated:

8 months Under proper growth conditions, tilapia fingerlings will reach harvestable size in 8 months. In addition to raising your fish for food, you may want to set aside some of your adult fish as breeders to produce fry and fingerlings to “reseed” your fish crop for another harvest.

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