Tank experiments on the culture of pan-size sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) and pink salmon (O. gorbuscha) using environmentral control / J.R. Brett.

Main Author: Brett, J. R.,
Report Numbers: APA 2133
SUS 365
Physical Description: pages 341-352 : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Series: Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2133.
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Summary: Experimentally, sockeye and pink salmon can be grown from a weight of 4 g. to pan size at 230 g. (8 oz) in at least 280 days; the fish were held at 15° Celsius in salt water (10 and 28%) on a photoperiod that increased from 15 to 18 h light/day. Growth rates of wild sockeye smolts were inferior to those of younger cultured sockeye when compared at the same size. Maximum growth rates were obtained with pink salmon fry (mean weight, 5.5 g.), which grew at 4.5% body weight/day. A provisional table of growth rates for sockeye salmon is presented; it can be used to predict the expected weight (up to 500 g.) for any temperature, time and starting size when on excess ration.

Related Titles: Originally published in: Aquaculture 1974 Vol. 4, p. 341-352

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