Environment-friendly practices in the aquafarm
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An outline is given of various environment-friendly management practices in aquaculture, considering the following: 1) feed right; 2) avoid antibiotics; 3) reuse and cycle water; 4) use settling or sedimentation ponds; 5) provide mangrove buffer zone; and, 6) practice polyculture or integrated farming.
Aldon, E. T., & Buendia, R. Y. (1998). Environment-friendly practices in the aquafarm.
SEAFDEC Asian Aquaculture, 20(3), 22-27. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/1798
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