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Aquaculture production increased in Primorye

Aquaculture production increased in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, the production of marine crops increased by 17%. In total, more than 55,9 thousand tons of aquaculture have been grown in the "sea gardens".

As EastRussia was told in the regional government, 114 enterprises are engaged in aquaculture cultivation in the region. They are assigned more than 80 hectares of areas at 327 fish breeding sites.

Most often, such "agrarians" grow scallops and seaweed. They accounted for more than half of the total production volume. The region has grown 23,6 thousand tons of seaweed and 17,3 thousand tons of scallop.

In addition to these crops, the "sea gardens" are cultivated Trepang, to which a whole museum has now been dedicated, oysters and mussels. Trepanga harvested 5,8 thousand tons, oysters - 4,2 thousand tons and two thousand tons of mussels.

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