Project financed by Programe 4 (Partnership) from  National Research, Development and Innovation Plan II, Project value 2.000.000 RON 

Aquaculture is identified to be the only way to increase the fish production, because the fish quantity harvested at a world scale is almost equal with the maximum degree of sustainability. The diversification of the species known in farms is a potential way to increase the freshwater aquaculture production. The pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) is very appreciate on the market as a consumption fish or for angling, and in the same time it is a species that can be useful in bio-manipulation activities in natural waters. The breeding of this species was made in the past in extensive or semi-intensive systems together with other common species, but now it is a clear trend for intensive or super-intensive breeding. The first factor that stimulated the intensive breeding of the pikeperch or other fish species with high economical value was the possibility of artificial reproduction. Also, the practical demonstration that the pikeperch fingerlings can be accustomed with granulated food represented a major step that lead to increasing of the interest in intensive breeding of this species. Despite this, presently it cannot be talk about an intensive breeding technology for pikeperch with wide applications in farms, moreover in farms that practice the water recirculation. Throughout this project we are proposing to design, experiment and demonstrate the functionality and the applicability of the intensive breeding technology of the pikeperch in the recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). The technology elaborated by us could assure an increased production of pikeperch meat in a durable management of the aquatic resources.

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