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Title

Semi-intensive polyculture of seabream and sole in earth ponds

AuthorsFerreira, Hugo; Ramalho Ribeiro, Ana; Dias, Jorge; Yúfera, Manuel ; Arias, Alberto M. ; Falcão, Manuela; Serpa, Dalila; Vieira, Antonio; Aires, Tiago; Cunha, Maria Emilia; Pousão-Ferreira, P.; Dinis, M. T.; Conceição, L. E. C.
KeywordsGilthead seabream
Senegalese sole
Growth
Polyculture
Issue Date21-Jan-2010
PublisherSEACASE International Workshop
CitationSEACASE International Workshop : (2010)
AbstractEarth ponds are the main production system for seabass and seabream in Portugal and in Spain, in particular in the Cádiz province. Different farms use various levels of intensification and pond size, but in general these are semi-intensive ponds covering large areas, ranging from one to several hectares, and with production ranging from 0.5 to 1.5 Kg/m2 at the end of the production cycle. Production costs in this farming system are higher compared to intensive cage farms, and its economic sustainability depends on product differentiation and optimization of production.
DescriptionResumen/abstract del libro de actas y presentación oral. International Workshop on Sustainable Extensive and Semi-intensie Coastal Aquaculture in Southern Europe (SEACASE), Tavira, Portugal, january 20-21, 2010.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.seacase.org/PDF/WP7/SEACASE%20International%20Workshop%20TAVIRA%20PT/Proceedings/Proceedings%20SEACASE%202010.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/50712
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