InfoTips on mangrove-friendly shrimp farming
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Contains information on the cost and benefits of mangrove-friendly shrimp faming practices. It also discusses good manufacturing practices in stocking, seawater irrigation, water treatment, and integration of physical and biological technologies in treating effluents. Tips on simple biological treatments to reduce luminous bacteria are also given.
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