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Published Nov 23, 2023
Local marifarmers in the Primorsky Territory are successfully growing valuable aquatic resources that are not allowed for extraction. In 2023, mariculture enterprises planted 3.81 million juvenile sea cucumbers and released over 2.1 million sea cucumber fry in October. In addition, 21.5 million juvenile sea scallops were released into marine habitats, and in a few years, these juveniles will reach marketable size for domestic and foreign food markets.
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During 10 months of 2023, mariculture enterprises in the Primorsky Territory planted 3.81 million juvenile sea cucumbers for subsequent cultivation. Before the onset of winter, Primorye marifarmers intensified their activities, releasing over 2.1 million sea cucumber fry in October. The preliminary results of the landing were summarized in the Primorsky territorial department of Rosrybolovstvo. In addition to juvenile sea cucumbers, 21.5 million juvenile sea scallops were released into marine habitats from January to October 2023. In 3-4 years, these juveniles will reach marketable size, after which they can be removed from the seabed and supplied to domestic and foreign food markets. Far Eastern sea cucumber and sea scallop are particularly valuable aquaculture species and are not allowed for ...