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In the Primorye Territory, 3 with more than a thousand tons of scallop and trepanga

In the first 9 months of 2014, Primorye companies have grown more than 3 thousand tons of products. This is about 2 thousand tons of seaside scallop, 473 tons of Japanese kelp, 617 tons of sea cucumber, 89 tons of Pacific mussel, 5 tons of oysters and sea urchins, the Primorsky Territory administration told Data Agency.

Currently in Primorye 56 enterprises that are engaged in the development of mariculture. And each of them can receive subsidies from the regional budget.

Currently, the region has a state program "Development of the fisheries sector in the Primorsky region for 2013-2017", thanks to which organizations receive serious support.

“This program assumes substantial state support to the participants. The company receives subsidies to reimburse part of the costs of growing and settling viable juveniles of aquatic organisms obtained in the factory. The total amount of subsidies will amount to 3,45 million rubles, ”said Vice Governor of Primorsky Krai Sergei Sidorenko.

The development of mariculture is under the control of the Governor of the Primorsky Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky. According to the head of Primorye, mariculture is one of the most important sectors of the region's economy.

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