'Biological basis' set to promote mussels farming in Magallanes
Mussel, Mytilus chilensis (Photo: StockFile)
A team of researchers from the University of Magallanes (UMAG) aims to promote the cultivation of mussels in Magallanes Region, based on research financed by the Fund for Regional Innovation and Competitiveness (FIC-R).
This study, Biological bases for the development of mussel farming in the Magallanes Region, was recently presented at a seminar, which was attended by the president of the Mussel Farmers Association of Chile (AMICHILE) Eugenio Yokota.
The businessman said that the project is on the right track and records related to the microclimate of the area are being created.
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