A law on aquaculture

June 27 senators supported the law on aquaculture. Law introduces law that set the rules for the provision and use of water bodies for aquaculture and determine the ownership of cultured aquatic animals.

  In addition, regulated species fishery. July 2 Head of StateVladimir Putinsigned the Federal Law № 148 "On aquaculture (fish farming) and on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation."

Branch was waiting for the adoption of the law for many years. The law puts all the points above i, related to the concept of aquaculture and its affiliation to agriculture, pasture and defines the concept of the industrial cultivation of aquatic organisms and decide on the ownership of the grown fish. "All the answers are given, and now we have to expect the effect of the application of this law in practice", — said the MP George Charles. He pointed out that the law is a separate line item cuts the Gordian knot with respect to coastal fisheries. The law on aquaculture painfully born for 14 years. During this time we have fallen dramatically to the fact that only produce 140 thousand tons. In China, there is no law on aquaculture, and aquaculture is. About 50 million tons are produced in ponds, canals and other water bodies.

The unique conditions of the Azov-Black Sea basin, experts say, can grow up to Kuban annually 20,000 tons mussels and oysters.
Gain on dilution of these valuable mariculture will bring the region of 300 million rubles. Shellfish grown in the Azov-Black Sea area, compare favorably to similar imported low-cost production. The main costs for this activity are the purchase and installation of collectors needed to conduct business.

And king crab catch not only on the Kamchatka Peninsula, but also in the North — (experiment since the Soviet Union bore fruit): The current strength of the crab in the Barents Sea, is growing rapidly, by 2006 it had reached at least 100 million individuals. The red king crab is spreading rapidly to the south-west coast of Norway and to the north, where already reached Spitsbergen. Being omnivorous predator, king crab destroys native species of crustaceans, echinoderms (sea urchins) and shellfish that are the concern of environmental organizations. Commercial crab fishing started by Norway in 2002, Russia in 2004 — production quotas crab Russia and Norway are determined independently, although they discuss the Norwegian-Russian Fisheries Commission. Russian quota for 2008 was about 11,500 tons.

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And king crab catch not only on the Kamchatka Peninsula, but also in the North — (experiment since the Soviet Union bore fruit): The current strength of the crab in the Barents Sea, is growing rapidly, by 2006 it had reached at least 100 million individuals. The red king crab is spreading rapidly to the south-west coast of Norway and to the north, where already reached Spitsbergen. Being omnivorous predator, king crab destroys native species of crustaceans, echinoderms (sea urchins) and shellfish that are the concern of environmental organizations. Commercial crab fishing started by Norway in 2002, Russia in 2004 — production quotas crab Russia and Norway are determined independently, although they discuss the Norwegian-Russian Fisheries Commission. Russian quota for 2008 was about 11,500 tons.

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About sea cucumbers: The grand opening of the plant-growing Far Eastern sea cucumber juveniles held in Slavyanka Khasan district, reports the Primorsky Territory Administration.The opening of the plant designed for the cultivation of four — six million pieces of juvenile sea cucumbers per year, with seasonal regime of water round the clock, is of great importance for the region. This volume will help restore one of the most valuable species of aquatic organisms in the coastal waters of the Khasan district.

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