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The Sonora fishing authorities contend that the goal of 95,000 tonnes of farmed shrimp could be surpassed this year. (Photo: SAGARPA)

Record farmed shrimp production planned

MEXICO
Tuesday, May 04, 2010, 17:30 (GMT + 9)



The Sonora Subsecretariat of Fisheries and Aquaculture, a dependency of the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Hydraulic resources, Fisheries and Aquaculture (SAGARHPA), anticipates record numbers for farmed shrimp production – over 92,000 tonnes from state-run farms.

This year the farming of 22,000 hectares is planned, a higher figure than that registered in 2009.

According to the Fisheries Subsecretary of SAGARHPA, Prisciliano Melendrez Barrios, there is optimism regarding surpassing the record results of 2009, when yields of up to 3.6 tonnes per hectare were obtained.

"We have started with better projections in the indicators than last year and that gives us the idea that this year we can surpass the yields, the production and, above all, the commercial value of 2009 that reached USD 300 million,” he explained.

In an initial stage, the first 363 hectares were smolt stocked in Cruz de Piedra and Bahia de Lobos.

In addition, as of mid-April, they have already been working in the farms of Tastiota, el Cardonal, Bahia Kino, in the central coast of Sonora; and in those of the south of the Mexican state, specifically in the areas of Agiabampo, Santa Barbara, Riito, Aquiropo and Siaric.

"In 2009 we had record productions with average yields of 3.6 tonnes per hectare and are contending that this year we can surpass the goal of 95,000 tonnes, "Melendrez Barrios maintained.

He also noted that shrimp production generates about 20,000 direct and indirect jobs annually – in the farming units, the post-larvae laboratories and in services related mainly to food, diesel, spare parts and materials, the Sonora Government reported.

At present, this state occupies first place in the national production of the food sector.

Last March, the Sonora State Aquaculture Health Committee (COSAES) presented a smolt stocking protocol in which the first smolts were planned for the centre of the State (Guaymas and bordering areas) as from 20 March, in the South as from 15 April, and as from 20 April in the North.

Related information:

- SHRIMP MARKET REPORT, 18 March


By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com


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