There are many opportunities in the dynamic and expanding aquaculture industry. However, aquaculture has risks similar to those of any farming enterprise. The information provided here by Lance Gegner, NCAT Agriculture Specialist, highlights the many important factors to consider before proceeding with an aquaculture enterprise. Natural resources such as water, land, soil, and climate strongly influence the choice of species and production system. Abundant, high-quality water is usually the single most crucial resource.
Advantages and disadvantages of integrated farming system
Aquaculture - National Geographic
Aquaculture, which is the farming of fish, shellfish and aquatic plants, can be a rewarding endeavor for someone who is willing to invest the time needed to thoroughly learn his product. Research various species of fish, if you do not already have a particular fish in mind that you would like to farm, to determine which species would fare best in your area. Additionally, consider anticipated costs, what you can expect to sell the fish for, clients and expected profits. Learn everything there is to know about the species you intend to farm.
China to trial offshore fish-wind farms integrated with aquaculture
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