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FAO 2006 State of Worlds Aquaculture

FAO 2006 State of Worlds Aquaculture

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Mandarin fish (
Siniperca
sp.) – Known from time immemorial in China, this fish became extremely popularin the Tang Dynasty (618–907 A.D.) and many poets eulogized about its colour and taste. However, thefarming of mandarin fish did not begin until late in the twentieth century. Experimental farming began inthe 1950s when wild-caught seeds were used; farmers found that it was an excellent species for culture.Since 1975, the Suzhou Municipal Farm in Jiangsu Province has managed to breed and raise them to 375 gin captivity; the farming of this species under controlled conditions has become more and more popular.Courtesy of Zhou Xiaowei.
 
State of world aquaculture2006
Inland Water Resources and Aquaculture ServiceFishery Resources DivisionFAO Fisheries Department
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2006
FAOFISHERIESTECHNICALPAPER
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