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fingerling

young fish.
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Q:--SPA member-growers have introduced three new fingerling varieties to the market.
Specialty varieties, such as reds, purples and fingerlings, as well as value-added products, are receiving increasingly more attention.
Students raise the trout (or salmon depending oil the school's location), from eggs to alevin to fry to fingerlings in their classroom.
To determine temperature tolerance, we exposed fingerlings (ca.
The new aeration system helps keep the water fertile by producing a constant supply of dissolved oxygen to the fingerling fish and pond organisms.
The first point of contact is either a restaurant or the Food Network," says Robert Tominaga, president of southwind farms, the Heyburn, Idaho-based grower and marketer of primarily fingerling potatoes.
Some fry are stocked in hatchery ponds to be raised to fingerling size and transferred to lakes later in the summer.
8 La Rafte fingerling potatoes, peeled, blanched and chopped
We tasted this wine in conjunction with a meal of assertive flavors: an herb-and-mustard-crusted rack of lamb served rare and accompanied by French fingerling potatoes first steamed, then dressed in an aggressive brew of sherry vinegar, Meyer lemon juice, garlic and goat cheese.