Monday, January 13, 2020
Havana.- CULTISUR, a company developing shrimp farming, is improving its facilities in an effort to increase production.
By the end of 2019 the enterprise came out with 1,730 tons of shrimp, and now is planning to surpass that figure in 2020, thus attaining a production record.
Last year CULTISUR benefitted from the high indexes of shrimp survival and an output of over 900 kilograms per hectare. Now there are plans to install airing devices in the breeding and fattening areas, as well as repairing the dividing docks and electrifying 36 areas.
Starting this year the enterprise will be exporting shrimp to China. The crustacean output has been on the rise since 2015, reaching 1,615 tons in 2018.