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aquaculture

the manipulation of the reproduction, growth rates and mortality of aquatic organisms useful to mankind, to enhance their yield; the aquatic equivalent of AGRICULTURE.
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The Minister stressed on government's vision as enshrined in the Medium Term National Development Policy Framework (2018 - 2021) to transform and grow the fisheries and aquaculture sub-sectors to increase their productive share in GDP over time.
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