aquafarming


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aq·ua·farm·ing

 (ăk′wə-fär′mĭng, ä′kwə-)
aq′ua·farm′ n. & v.
aq′ua·farm′er n.
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aquafarming

(ˈækwəfɑːmɪŋ)
n
(Agriculture) another name for aquaculture
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aquafarming

[ˈækwəˌfɑːmɪŋ] Npiscicultura f
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Inside an Indiana aquafarming complex, thousands of salmon eggs genetically modified to grow faster than normal are hatching into tiny fish.
Most readers will already be aware of the damage that overfishing is doing to the world's oceans, but some of them may believe that aquafarming alleviates this problem.
The consumption of fish and shrimp is witnessing an upward trend in the region, which aid the aquafarming industry.
Projects are currently underway in Japan to raise salmon in large numbers in big offshore pens, by adopting next-generation aquafarming technology.
The first ever free economic zones for aquafarming will be set up in Tashkent region in accordance with the executive order of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
"It is high time, Pakistan should pay serious attention towards aquafarming through which we can get more fish stalks and organic green food .With concerted efforts along with proper incentives, the fisheries production is likely to increase, leading to its greater role in the national economy," said Afridi.
Dr Rashid Ahmad Bin Fahd, Minister of Environment and Water, on Monday encouraged local fish farmers and businessmen to invest in aquafarming to bridge this gap without taxing the environment.
The fish farming experience and aquaculture in the Arab world is still simple and humble, while Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports indicate that the aquafarming represents 43% of the world's fish production, Kefayen said.