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Russia: The cultivation of the valuable Far Eastern sea cucumber has more than doubled in Primorsky Krai

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Published Nov 21, 2023

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The Primorye Territorial Administration of the Federal Fisheries Agency has announced that mariculture farms in the Primorsky Territory released 3.81 million Far Eastern sea cucumber juveniles and 21.5 million sea scallop juveniles into the marine habitat from January to October 2023. The number of sea cucumber releases saw the biggest increase in October, reaching a total of 3.81 million for the year. These aquatic organisms will reach commercial size in 3-4 years and will be supplied to domestic and foreign food markets, as they are not allowed for industrial production in the region due to the depletion of their natural reserves.
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The Primorye Territorial Administration of the Federal Fisheries Agency has summed up the interim results of this year's release of juvenile aquaculture objects into the marine waters of the region by mariculture farms in the region during the implementation of pasture aquaculture. Thus, from January to October 2023, marifarmers of the Primorsky Territory released 3.81 million pieces into the marine habitat. juveniles of the Far Eastern sea cucumber and 21.5 million pieces. juvenile sea scallop. In October, the number of Far Eastern sea cucumber releases increased the most. So, if according to the results of 9 months of this year, 1.7 million sea cucumber fry were released into the sea, then over 10 months, following the results of October, this figure increased 2.2 times, reaching 3.81 million. Aquatic organisms released into the sea will reach commercial size in 3–4 years. From now on, they will be able to be lifted from the seabed and supplied to domestic and foreign food ...
Source: Fishretail
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