Using plants to produce fish feed

Professor Douglas Tocher: "Fish oil is a finite and limited resource and because the aquaculture industry is constantly expanding sustainability is vital"

Scotland’s University of Stirling is using genetically modified plants to replace fish oil in fish feeds with the aim of preserving wild fish stocks and maintaining nutritional value of farmed fish for humans.

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