This publication contains guidance on establishing a bivalve hatchery, covering both the technicalities of setting up and operating a hatchery, as well as some basic scientific background issues. Information is given for each stage of rearing: broodstock conditioning, algal culture, hatchery, nursery and growout of juveniles; including the physical requirements and culture considerations and procedures for each rearing stage. The final chapter on economic considerations provides an insight into the labour involved for each stage of production, along with a list of equipment and supplies, which may be used as a template for a new installation. It includes a CD-ROM with the complete text of the complete publication.One-way ball valves regulate the flow to various areas. Detail of the flow to the saltwater table is similar to that given for the heated seawater supply in technical drawing - 3/Pg7. Details of other junctions are given when ... Outlets are placed frequently, and airflow is controlled by labcock ball valves, to which a male barb is fitted for connection to an ... from the exterior, first passes through junction Tl4, located at the point of entry of the seawater pipe into the container (Diagram 1/ Pg8).
|Title||:||Installation and Operation of a Modular Bivalve Hatchery|
|Publisher||:||Food & Agriculture Org. - 2007|