Nursery management of prawns
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"Nursery Management of Prawns" was originally written in Bahasa Indonesia by M.L. Nurdjana, B. Martosudarmo and Anindiastuti. It was included in Pedoman pembenihan udang penaeid ("Manual on the nursery of penaeid prawns"), published by the Directorate-General of Fisheries (DGF), Jakarta, in 1980. This is an English translation prepared by Mr. A. Soegiri of the Directorate of Enterprise Development of DGF for the SAFIS project. This manual has been adapted and edited by the SEAFDEC Secretariat.
Nurdjana, M. L., Martosudarmo, B., & Anindiastuti. (1985). Nursery management of prawns (A. Soegiri, Trans.). Bangkok, Thailand: Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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