This decision would ensure uninterrupted seed supply to shrimp and fish farming sectors in the country.
April 22, 2021
The Coastal Aquaculture Authority (CAA) resolved to permit the establishment of hatcheries within 200 meters from the high tide line in India. This decision was taken, considering the need for seawater access for the operation of coastal aquaculture hatcheries.
Previously, aquaculture activities beyond 200 meters of the high tide line required statutory licenses from the Coastal Aquaculture Authority and some hatcheries did not have the mandatory clearance.
The Society of Aquaculture Professionals said that this decision would ensure uninterrupted seed supply to shrimp and fish farming sectors in the country.
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