£4m project to boost Scottish salmon farming

SAIC says the use of wrasse to control sea lice in salmon fish farms could productivity and reduce the use of medicines in the industry. Photo: Scottish Sea Farms

A £4m research project has been launched by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) that aims to encourage the use of farmed wrasse as ‘cleaner fish’ in commercial salmon farms.

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