Site selection is the process of determining the optimum place for the sea farm. It’s a critical process, and will affect success - or failure. Crops grown on the wrong site may never do well, despite the best efforts of the farmer, and since obtaining a lease is usually a lengthy process, it’s not easy for a farmer to simply start up at a new site. The best approach is to do your homework thoroughly.
Morse, Dana, "Aquaculture in Shared Waters Fact Sheet: Site Selection" (2016). Maine Sea Grant Publications. 126.
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