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Visit to HAKI within project "Sustainable use of sterlet and development of sterlet aquaculture in Serbia and Hungary"

Institute for Multidisciplinary Research (former Center for Multidisciplinary Studies) from Serbia , in cooperation with the Research Institute for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Irrigation (HAKI) from Hungary, is conducting during 2007 and 2008 the project "Sustainable use of sterlet and development of sterlet aquaculture in Serbia and Hungary". Project is organized within the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Hungary-Serbia, which is being funded by European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR).

Within the Project activities, members of the team from the Institute for Multidisciplinary Research had visited HAKI in Szarvas (Hungary) on 12-14 February 2008. During the visit, they had gone on a field work with their colleagues from Hungary and participated in fish catch on 402 km of the Tisza River. One sterlet was caught, which was below the minimal length for catch (total body length was 45 cm) and was afterwards returned to water. Fishing was performed by special net called "keca". Members of the Serbian team had also visited laboratories at HAKI, as well as the rearing ponds.

 

dr Mirjana Lenhardt

February 2008.

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