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In Primorye, almost 6 thousand tons of aquaculture were grown

Over the ten months of this year, aquaculture enterprises of Primorye have grown more than 5 700 tons of products, which exceeds thousands of tons by 2,9 last year, reports Department of Fisheries Primorye.

More than 890 tons of aquaculture were sold and their own processing, which is 719 tons more than the 2013 of the year.

In addition, in the Primorsky Territory, more than 9,4 million species of Far Eastern trepang and 1,7 million, the coastal comb, are settled on the bottom plantations of aquaculture enterprises.

To achieve such indicators, the region is modernizing production facilities with the involvement of the regional budget.

Thus, aquaculture enterprises within the framework of the regional program of the Primorsky Territory "Development of the fishery complex in the Primorsky Territory for 2013 - 2017" receive state support in the form of subsidies for the payment of interest on loans, the acquisition and growing of viable juveniles of aquatic organisms, the development of biotechnology and the purchase of new equipment.

Since the beginning of the year, the regional aquaculture enterprises have provided support in the amount of 13,5 million rubles, compared to 2013 the amount of subsidies increased by 4,5 million.

This year alone, more than 95 million rubles have been allocated from the regional budget for the development of the fishery industry. Within the framework of the state program "Development of a fishery complex in Primorsky Krai at 2013 - 2017 years", support is provided to 10 seaside enterprises.

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