Comparison of Spore Inoculated and Vegetative Propagated Cultivation Methods of Gracilaria chilensis in an Integrated Seaweed and Fish Cage Culture

@article{Halling2005ComparisonOS,
  title={Comparison of Spore Inoculated and Vegetative Propagated Cultivation Methods of Gracilaria chilensis in an Integrated Seaweed and Fish Cage Culture},
  author={Christina Halling and Gesica Aroca and Marcos Cifuentes and Alejandro H Buschmann and Max F. Troell},
  journal={Aquaculture International},
  year={2005},
  volume={13},
  pages={409-422}
}
In Chile the integration of Gracilaria chilensis with salmon culture has shown high potential. Seaweed integrated aquaculture is of great interest as it allows waste recycling within fed cage aquaculture. The development of economically feasible suspended methods of seaweed cultivation is therefore of high importance. Hence, production and performance of two suspended Gracilaria cultivation methods, spore inoculated ropes and ropes with twined field collected seaweed, were studied in open water… CONTINUE READING

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