Ecuador beginning native fish farming in Amazon areas

Posted on November 12, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Business, Ecuador, Enviromental Issues

He arrived in Quito, from the province of Pastaza, Marco Guillen, head of fisheries projects and fish farming in the Amazon region, with the idea of ​​submitting to national and foreign experts fishery products that exist in the Ecuadorian Amazon. It is estimated that in the five Amazonian provinces of the country there are about 2,000 pools that are used for raising tilapia and trout, however, these species do not adapt to the water temperature die, so the alternative is viable and profitable production of native species or area, such as the pacu. Read Article

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