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Development of type II rural aquaculture in Latin America


, : Development of type II rural aquaculture in Latin America. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter ( 11): 6-10

Rural aquaculture in Latin America can be divided into Type I: the poorest of the poor aquaculture (very low cost, very low output) and Type II: the less poor aquaculture (low/medium cost, low medium output). Little research has been done to develop Type II aquaculture, despite its excellent potential. The FAO has given assistance for the formulation of a general plan for the development of Type II aquaculture in the region.

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