Field Document 1
EEL CULTURE IN GREECE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A report prepared for the project
Development of Marine and Inland Aquaculture in Greece
Eeel Culture Consultant
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1.1 Terms of reference
1.2 Background information
2. Observations and conclusions
2.1 Seedfish resources
2.2 Water resources
2.3 Feed resources
2.4 Main obstacles to development of intensive eel farming
2.4.1 Seedfish supply
2.4.2 Supply of feeds
2.4.3 Adequacy of intensive culture techniques
3.1 Seedfish supply
3.2 Primary developmental zones for eel farming
3.3 Supply of feeds
3.4 Instruction in practical intensive culture techniques
Appendix 1: Practical Eel Culture Techniques