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Hawaiʻi aquaculture sales leaped 12% from 2021 to 2022. What’s more, this $10M increase helped the industry reach an all-time record high of $89.6 million in production value, reports Cheng-Sheng Lee in the latest newsletter from the Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture.
But although environment-friendly algal and other forms of non-fed aquaculture are doing well, the industry must continue to work toward expanding fed aquaculture species. To tackle feed source and price challenges, CTSA will co-lead an afternoon workshop Oct. 26 to discuss production costs and identify strategies to lower feed costs. Register now for Feasibility of Feed Mill Operation in Hawaii End Users Input Workshop. For questions, contact CTSA at email@example.com or (808) 956-3974.