Freshwater Prawn Farming
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Paul Mulvihill, the first prawn farmer in the continental United States. In the mid-1970s, he and Weyerhaeuser Company spent a couple of million trying to get freshwater prawn farming started.
Macrobrachium: The Culture of Freshwater Prawns: This book is a compilation of the global information on the farming of freshwater prawns of the genus Macrobrachium with special emphasis on India. It has 169 pages, 41 black and white and 60 color pictures, numerous tables and diagrams and over 200 references (most of them since the year 2000).
Freshwater Prawns: Biology and Culture: This new (2010) 544-page book contains everything that’s been learned about prawn farming so far—and it’s written by the people that participated in the development of the industry. Picture. Table of Contents.
Aquaculture of Texas: Craig Upstrom Creates All-Male Freshwater Prawns from Neo-Females.
Early History and Pioneers of Freshwater Prawn Aquaculture: By Dr. Paul Sandifer.
India—A Modular Farm for All-Male Prawn Production: Includes a scheduled for producing two crops a year.