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  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I had what you call the recession grow-out.

    CNN Transcript Mar 17, 2009

  • Shrimp fry are being collected at unsustainable levels to supply the shrimp grow-out industry, and the mangrove forests are cut and cleared to build shrimp grow-out ponds, contributing to degradation and habitat loss.

    Sundarbans mangroves

  • These were a bit spendy at $9 each, but given my current state of hair grow-out, very much worth it.

    Handmade haul (What if No One's Watching?)

  • After the completion of a grow-out cycle, the fully grown shrimps would be harvested, cleaned and processed for export to the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • From hatchery to grow-out pond, I am responsible for keeping out disease, looking after salinity conditions, and making sure that there is enough circulation in the water.

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  • Future research should concentrate on stocking dates, stocking sizes, stocking rates per hectare, and length of grow-out period.

    1. Intensive sustainable livestock production: an alternative to tropical deforestation.

  • More work is needed on hatchery and grow-out techniques, however.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • In this method, mussel grow-out lines of nylon, polypropylene, or of local grass are suspended from rafts or lines of floats.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • The transition period from the hatchery to grow-out conditions seems to be especially critical, and more work is needed on nursery systems to reduce high juvenile mortality.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • After 100 days, the crabs are about 15 mm in diameter and are transferred to grow-out cages fitted with the plastic algal screens for grazing.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

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