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Why was Hilsa fish banned?

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But in 2012, she banned hilsa export shortly after Mamata Banerjee opposed the Teesta water-sharing pact. ... Fish industry sources said hilsa production in Bengal has dwindled from 80,000 tonnes in 2001 to 10,000 tonnes in 2017, largely because of over-fishing in the Bay of Bengal.

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    You can grind your fish parts up to make your own fertilizer. We recommend using a hand grinder or stick blender rather than your kitchen blender. It's easier to clean and can be used as gardening tool and not the kitchen. Then work it into the soil, or you can bury chunks of fish at the roots of your plants.

  • What time is best for pike fishing?

    During spring and fall, fishing between late morning and early afternoon will be the best time to catch pike. Very early mornings and evenings are your best picks during the summer. In winter, the hours between the later mornings and middays are usually the best to catch northern pike.

  • Is it bad to marinate fish in lemon juice?

    When you place meat in an acidic marinade (such as lemon juice), there will be denaturation of the protein molecules on the surface of the meat. Thus, it is okay to soak fish in lemon before cooking, as long as you are careful not to leave the fish in the lemon juice for too long.

  • Is McDonald's Filet-O-Fish Cod?

    Delicious white Hoki or Pollock fish in crispy breadcrumbs, with cheese and tartare sauce, in a steamed bun.

  • How can you tell if shrimp is wild-caught?

    If the shrimp was wild-caught, you won't know if it was harvested using a skimmer trawl or an otter trawl—or that the latter is a better environmental option. If the shrimp was farmed, there's no information on the aquaculture practices used to raise it.

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