Rather than creating a new key aquaculture it would be interesting to use a more generic key like produce. --FrViPofm 13:43, 27 June 2010 (UTC)
How to tag a site as a whole and the single ponds?
In my region there are many small hobby fish farms, usually along streams. Such a fish farm has a fence around it, and I call the whole farm a site. Inside it, there are usually several ponds or basins fed with stream water.
So the question is:
How to tag a site as a whole and the single ponds/basins?
Currently, I tag the fenced area with barrier=fence and the ponds with landuse=fishfarm.
However, I would accept any reasonable proposal that makes clear what is what.
And it must be possible to tag the stream as afflux and efflux.
--Segatus 20:36, 11 June 2011 (BST)
I think this would be good as under farmland, aquaculture=yes.
This is a very big part of life in Indonesia. Within a given square kilometer you will see 1 or tens of these ponds. Freshwater fish is a large protein staple. Grazing animals and animal husbandry in general is not common here. --Alexrollin 05:18, 10 April 2012 (BST)
In China too
I mainly cartography china, and there are millions of aquaculture ponds everywhere, this is really a needed feature, at least for Asian countries.Popolon 21:42, 10 July 2012 (BST)