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November 27, 2013


Sinaloa—Pre-Filters Proposed for All Shrimp Ponds


To prevent the introduction of other species into shrimp ponds, The Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) in the state of Sinaloa has proposed standards for the use of Aquatic Animal Exclusion Systems.


According to the proposed standards, all shrimp farmers in Sinaloa would have to install nylon, net-bag filters (at least 25-meters long with a mesh size of 300 to 500 microns) at the inlets to their farms.  The components of the filtering system would have to be cleaned regularly and kept in good condition.


Source: The FishSite.  Government Regulates Aquatic Animal Exclusion Systems on Sinaloa Shrimp Farms.  November 27, 2013.

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