Oyster Seeds Nursery Center in Akkeshi Town !

by Kazu
but quoted from the articles by the municipality of Akkeshi

"Akkeshi Town, with a variety of fish species produced out of the rich sea facing the Pacific Ocean and the favored environment of Akkeshi Lake, has various marine products unloaded throughout the four seasons. On production basis, Pacific saury, salmon/trout, sea tangle, oyster, and Japanese little neck clam occupy the high rank.

 In recent years, efforts to convert to “Fishery to grow” have been made through discharge of fry of herring etc., production and discharge of sea urchin seeds, and maintenance and management of the fishing ground for sea tangle, working actively on management of the fishery resource.
Particularly in the oyster culture, the single seed method in addition to the conventional culture method is performed, receiving a highly rated evaluation by consumers too. "
described on the web site of Akkeshi Town.
 You might remember the report on this facility where many private businesses and other municipalities visit so frequently to get the tips to raise plankton artificially and swiftly before.
The ladies should learn about the cutting edge of the town introduced from Tasmania.
The amount of oyster produced in Akkeshi Town peaked in 1890 but it had been on the steep decline for a decade and almost zero for ninety years.
Now, it is on the rise and the brand name of "Kakiemon" for the quality oysters produced in Akkeshi Bay got popular and famous in Japan.
The total catch of fishery is 6 billion 426 million Japanese yen and the catch of oysters accounts for 7.44 % that means 470 million Japanese yen while that of Pacific saury accounts for about one third of the total catch of the town.
The total catch of oysters in Japan is 30052 tons and Akkeshi oysters accounts for only 2.12 % of that, about 638 tons. Fifty eight point two two %, 17,497 tons are produced in Hiroshima Prefecture.  

Speaking of the ratio in Hokkaido, Akkeshi Town produces 26.2% of oysters in Hokkaido.
The fisherman's association in Akkeshi Town measured the temperature of the sea in some points of inside and outside of Akkeshi Bay.
The amount of plankton is also checked at the points near the nurseries of oysters.
This kinds of checking-up is important to raise oysters even in the blessed bay because oysters eat plankton.

Have you got something, ladies ?

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