The Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa (AASA) was established in the late 1980′s in order to represent the interests of the then fledgling aquaculture industry in Southern Africa. The association has since developed into a structure with representation from the various sectors contributing towards the aquaculture industry of the region, including marine species such as oysters, mussels, abalone and prawns; freshwater species such as trout, catfish, tilapia, and ornamental fishes; as well as service providers such as feed companies, equipment suppliers and veterinary services. There is a small publications section with full text resources, including sector studies, market analyses, and case studies.
Aquaculture Association for Southern Africa
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