Greece is pioneer in the area of farmed Sea Bass and Sea Bream, playing a leading role in the rapid growth of the Mediterranean Aquaculture sector; in 2012, total volume production was 120,000 tons, approximately 40% of global production. 85% of fish farmed in Greece is exported.
The principal key performance indicators of Mediterranean aquaculture – growth, mortality and feed efficiency – have not significantly progressed in the sea bass and sea bream sector over the last decade. They may actually have got worse!
"Bob Tanem began testing Fish Rich on his own personal garden and at New Beginnings last year after responding to Bell Aquaculture’s outreach to gardening writers and program hosts. According to Mr Tanem’s on-air remarks: 'I have had very nice results with it [Fish Rich], which is the reason both of you are on, and I thank you for the samples that I was able to work with.'"
Andromeda Group is one the fastest growing group of companies in the Mediterranean Aquaculture industry, with activity across Europe and with worldwide export power as well. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/an-emerging-power-in-the-mediterranean-aquaculture-industry/#sthash.IVuEZKzf.dpuf
The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) division is holding two seminars on responsible aquaculture in the Mediterranean in mid-May. These free two-day seminars will be held in Athens, Greece, from May 13 to 14 and in Bodrum, Turkey, from May 19 to 20. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/bap-seminars-set-greece-turkey-may/#sthash.9z0FjAqT.dpuf
Synthesis of mediterranean marine finfish aquaculture [Recursos electrónico] : a maketing and promotion strategy / by Lara Barazi-Yeroulano. -- Servicio en línea Rome : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2010 Bibliografía recomendada del Máster Universitario de Biología Avanzada, asignatura:Técnicas de Cultivos Animales Alternativos (Máster Universitario en Biología Avanzada: Investigación y Aplicación)
Aquaculture: helping blue turn green - WV fresh water institute provides advice to Mediterranean sustainable aquaculture study. Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture could reduce pollution from fish farms. Incorporating shellfish and algae farms alongside fish cultivation would limit pollution but even better are closed water recirculation systems. The risk of disease and need for antibiotic use are slashed and pollution is negligent.