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Sustainable 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; Aires, Tiago; Pousão-Ferreira, P.; Cunha, Maria Emilia; Valente, Luisa M. P.; Dinis, M. T.
Issue DateSep-2010
PublisherEuropean Aquaculture Society
CitationAquaculture Europe 35(3): 17-21 (2010)
AbstractEarthen ponds are the main production system for seabass and seabream in Portugal and in Southern Spain, in particular in Cádiz province. Different farms use various levels of stocking densities and pond sizes, but in general these are semi-intensive systems covering large areas with ponds ranging from one to several hectares and production levels from 0.5 to 6 Kg/m3 (mostly below 2 kg/m3) at the end of the production cycle.
Identifiersissn: 0773-6940
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