Chile Algae Bloom Update: 2,000 Tons of Mortality Removed as of Tuesday
According to Chile’s National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service, as of April 6, approximately 2,000 tons of mortality have been removed from the regions affected by harmful algae blooms.
SeafoodNews initially reported on an algae bloom incident in mid-March at one of Camanchaca’s farming sites in the Reñihue fjord near the Palena province. The company said at the time that the loss of fish represented 1.4% of their total fish in the water and 2.9% of the total biomass. Since then there have been reports...
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