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rearing aquatic animals or cultivating aquatic plants for food

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The UAE seafood demand and supply gap is increasing but we aim to bridge it through aquafarming," Dr Bin Fahd told Gulf News during the opening of the first Aqua Middle East Conference and Exhibition.
Projects like aquaculture and aquafarming are very promising and would help a great deal in the country's development in the long run, Mr Shaheen said.
The pipe is being used by the Norwegian Akva Group, a prominent company involved in aquafarming, which uses circular fish cages in the Norwegian Fjords ranging in diameters from 13 to 64 metres consisting of two concentric rings of HDPE pipe welded watertight and kept in position by brackets.
More than three-quarters of the seafood enjoyed by US consumers is imported, and almost half of that is farm-raised through aquaculture, or aquafarming.
Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants.
COMFORTABLY UNAWARE: WHAT WE CHOOSE TO EAT IS KILLING US AND OUR PLANET draws direct connections between global depletion, extinction processes, and dietary choices, and shows how agra-business, aquafarming and food choices are killing the planet.
The majors at the fishermen rehabilitation institutes in Al Khabourah and Salalah include aquafarming, fish development, ship construction and repair, navigation technologies, fishing equipment, fish engineering and marine mechanics.
In aquaculture and aquafarming industries, Chloramine-T is used to treat external bacterial infections in salmonid fish such as koi, salmon, trout, and white.