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South Korea: Jeonnam Province operates a ‘Visiting Check-in Report Center’

Published Mar 25, 2024

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South Korea's Jeonnam Province is set to operate a 'visiting stocking reporting center' for its 6,806 fish farms and 15,663 fish, including rockfish, flounder, and abalone. The initiative aims to increase the stocking reporting rate from 49% in the previous year to over 60% this year. The reports are mandatory for fish farms operating inland and sea level farms that raise flounder, eels, shrimp, and abalone. Non-compliance will result in the loss of government support, such as disaster relief funds.
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Jeonnam Province announced on the 14th that it will operate a ‘visiting stocking reporting center’ for 6,806 fish farms and 15,663 fish for rockfish, flounder, and abalone throughout the year. Those subject to stocking reports are fish farms operating inland and sea level farms that raise flounder, eels, shrimp, and abalone. When aquaculture fishermen stock new seeds to grow, the city/county staff directly visits the fish farm and receives reports and supporting documents. In South Jeolla Province, the occupancy reporting rate in 2022 was only 40%, but last year, it showed a high reporting rate of 49% through the operation of a visiting occupancy reporting center and various promotional activities. This year, the city, county, and Jeonnam ...
Source: Fisheco
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