Development of Threadfin Fry Production Technology, Year 01
July 1, 1992
|Hawaii||$42,000||Oceanic Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Anuenue Fisheries Research Center||K. Leber, C.-S. Lee, C. Brown, and M. Fujimoto|
The overall goal of this project is to develop and document control over bottlenecks in threadfin (moi) seedstock production technology.
- 1.Resolve bottlenecks in threadfin seedstock production.
- Secure sufficient quantity of high-quality eggs from captive broodstock.
- Develop a rearing technology with less than 1 percent mortality per day within the cannibalistic period (Day 25–50).
- 2.Demonstrate and document threadfin fingerling and fry mass production technology.
- Produce 10,000 fingerlings (<60 mm total length) using improved techniques in production-scale culture.
- Detail culture capability developed in 1993.