Japan firm seeks to spawn salmon farm revolution
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In a mountainous area near Tokyo, the water in a tank is a murk of writhing grey salmon, slithering past each other as they angle for food. They are part of an experiment that Sogo, chief operating officer at FRD Japan, hopes will one day allow cost-effective inland farming of salmon, and enable Japanese to buy the homegrown fish for their sushi.
Natsuko, F. (2018, March 1). Japan firm seeks to spawn salmon farm revolution. Manila Standard, pp. A4, A5.
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