Open Access Review Article

Marine Fish Breeding in Brazil - A Potential Activity in the Dormant Stage

Dacley Hertes Neu*, Claucia Aparecida Honorato and Vanessa Lewandowski

Federal University of Grande Dourados, Brazil

Corresponding Author

Received Date: December 18, 2018;  Published Date: January 08, 2019


Marine fish farming in Brazil is a little practiced activity, and in this context, it does not follow the global growth behavior. A number of obstacles are evident, such as the lack of skilled labor, adapted equipment, burdensome time-consuming and on-going environmental licensing among regulators , and the lack of established technology packages for most potential species. On the other hand, several positive points can be listed, such as the climate conducive to the activity and the necessary inputs for the preparation of the rations. This activity can be considered strategic for the production of food of high biological value, but measures must be taken for companies to enter and remain in the activity on the Brazilian coast.

Keywords: Marine fish farming panorama, Challenges and potential of marine fish farming, Fish farming perspective of the Marine.

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