Aquaculture connotes the cultivation of freshwater and saltwater populations (especially fish) under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with artisanal fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish (online dictionary, 2014).
Unlike harvesting from the wild, aquaculture requires deliberate human involvement in the life and care of the fish which is expected to result in yields that exceed those from the natural environment. Such interventions will include: stocking water (fingerlings or juveniles), fertilizing the water, feeding the fish, maintaining the water quality and other things as the case may be.
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Farm and food English 1007 JUNE 2015
Aquaculture connotes the cultivation of freshwater and saltwater populations...