| || || Oyster culture|
| || || Aquaculture situation in Western Samoa|
Author(s): Ropeti, E.
Publisher: Fisheries Division. Ministry of Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries & Meteorology
Place: Apia (Samoa)
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture, Fish culture, Giant clams, Oyster culture, Mussel culture, Prawn culture, Seaweeds
Country Collection: Samoa
| || || Growth trials of Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in western Samoa|
Author(s): Winterstein, H.
Place: Western Samoa
Date: May 1991
Notes: June 1990 - May 1991
ASFA Keywords: Oyster culture, Research
Country Collection: Western Samoa
Abstract: The Crassostrea oysters are the most important commercial species and have the greatest aquaculture potential due to their tolerance of esturine conditions and their usually abundant spatfall.
| || || Report of the Fiji Japan aquaculture research and development project|
Place: Suva (Fiji)
ASFA Keywords: Aquaculture development, Prawn culture, Oyster culture, Freshwater fish
Country Collection: Fiji
Abstract: Resently a technique of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) fry production has been established at Nandruloulou Aquaculture Station. Al l of the fry produced at this station are released to control weed growth in rivers and paticularly irrigation cannals, however, size of the fry which are released at present is not large enough to get rid of weeds effectively.
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