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NRAC# 111

General Fish Health Management

Dr. Paul R. Bowser and Dr. Joseph K. Buttner

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AQUACULTURE is the production of fish and shellfish for market under controlled or semi-controlled conditions. For commercial success, an AQUACULTURE operation must maintain fish at densities that greatly exceed those normally found in nature. Under these conditions, fish must not only survive, but grow rapidly. Regardless of the culture system used (e.g., ponds, raceways, reuse systems, cages) it is imperative that the culturist maintain an environment conducive to good fish health.
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