Aquaculture in Fiji

Aquaculture in Fiji has been developed on a large scale, the milkfish being the only species cultured widely. [1] A Fijian prawn farm aimed to produce 25 tons of Penaeidae in 1990, but did not make it to the halfway mark in their goal. [2] Most aquaculture endeavors in the field of high-value cultivation for commercial export, however the country has not been able to compete with the aquaculture industry in Southeast Asia . [3]

References

  1. Jump up^ AAJ Jansen; Susan Parkinson; AFS Robertson (1990). Food and Nutrition in Fiji: Food production, composition, and intake . editorips@usp.ac.fj. p. 393. ISBN  982-02-0060-1 .
  2. Jump up^ Joeli Veitayaki (1995). Fisheries development in Fiji . editorips@usp.ac.fj. p. 66. ISBN  982-02-0104-7 .
  3. Jump up^ Dick Watling; Stuart Chape (1992). Environment, Fiji . International Union for Conservation of Nature . p. 65. ISBN  982-301-001-3 .

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