Aquaculture and the Global Food Challenge


Source: BioFishency

Aquaculture represents 40% of the global fish supply and continues to be the fastest-growing animal food-producing sector. With limited availability of land and water, however, the only way to increase production in aquaculture is intensification: producing more fish per unit of area and water.

Current aquaculture systems are complex and very expensive. Nearly 70% of aquaculture takes place in small and medium farms in developing countries. Only easy-to-operate, lower cost systems will succeed in driving aquaculture to its needed production levels.

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