Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Doctoral student studies oyster beds

A recent study carried out in Rhode Island USA by doctoral student in the URI Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science. As to weather there are too many oyster farms in the area, and if this would impact the ecology of Narragansett Bay and the state's salt ponds. Has found  that there is still room to develop more oyster aquaculture beds. Read More

Indians in Johor seeks funds and land for aquaculture

Fishermen's Association, in the Indian region of Johor is urging the Johor government to allocate more funds and land for aquaculture. Due to the rich natural environment Johor has that was suitable for the breeding of fish, prawns, oysters, cockles, mussels, snails and other marine food sources. Also the willingness of the fishermen to diversify into aquaculture on the shore as the fish stock are declining. Read More
New England USA learns to love mussels

Farmed raised mussels big success in United State, New England blue mussels as popular as their Canadian counterparts by growing them offshore. Once hated by fishermen for gumming up their nets.
Now the mussel is a firm favorite with local's  selling well in stores and restaurants. Read More 
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