Downtrend in capture fisheries makes aquaculture lucrative
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Aquaculture production is increasing and in fact started to surpass capture fisheries in 2014. The relatively static capture fishery means future increase in world fish supply will be heavily dependent on aquaculture. The global declining trend of capture fisheries calls for intensified promotion of aquaculture activities and tap potential areas for fish production.
Downtrend in capture fisheries makes aquaculture lucrative. (2019, May 4-5). Daily Guardian, p. 7.
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