This manual is a translation of the Thai information pamphlet entitled "Kantham na krung" published by the Department of Fisheries, Thailand in 1978. The translation was prepared by Mrs. Supranee Chinabut, National Inland Fisheries Institute (NIFI), Kasetsart University Campus, Bangkok, Thailand and adapted by the SEAFDEC Secretariat. The Appendix is a translation of the Thai information pamphlet entitled "Kanliang krung thalae baab hai phol phalit soong" published by the Department of Fisheries in 1981. The translation was prepared by Mr. Vijai Srisuwantach, also affiliated with NIFI.
Varikul, V. (1985). Shrimp culture (S. Chinabut & V. Srisuwantach, Trans.). Bangkok, Thailand: Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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