Aquaculture, otherwise called aquafarming, is the cultivating of fish, scavangers, molluscs, oceanic plants, green growth, and different living beings. Aquaculture includes developing freshwater and saltwater populaces under controlled conditions, and can be appeared differently in relation to business angling, which is the collecting of wild fish. Mariculture alludes to aquaculture rehearsed in marine conditions and in submerged territories. Specific sorts of aquaculture incorporate fish cultivating, shrimp cultivating, clam cultivating, mariculture, algaculture, (for example, ocean growth cultivating), and the development of elaborate fish.
• Fish farming Equipment
• Impacts of Aquaculture systems
• Use of Antibiotics in Aquaculture
• Offshore Aquaculture
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