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The ACUAMALLA® Line of Nettings for Shellfish Aquaculture with its Various Methods of Cultivation

The ACUAMALLA® Line of Nettings for Shellfish Aquaculture with its Various Methods of Cultivation

ACUAMALLA® Netting Methods of Cultivation

Methods of Cultivation for scallop and mussel farming is now more relevant for aquaculture since the biological characteristics of scallops, such as great resistance to environmental conditions and also their rapid grow, is what has led to them being chose to be cultivate in various regions of the world, such as Baja California (Mexico).  The ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings is ideal for raising mussels.

Methods of Cultivation
ACUAMALLA®® netting is used for cultivating scallops and mussels because it is flexible and very durable.

How to produce a crop using ACUAMALLA®® netting

The cultivation of Mussels is characteristically profitable and economical since the different techniques that are employe require very little capital investment.   In order to raise Mussels, a durable and flexible net is require.

It is for this reason that the ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings is ideal for raising mussels.  The material it is make of is durable and flexible and it is available in various mesh and roll sizes for various stages of grow.

Scallops crops
Scallop spat are placed inside the ACUAMALLA®® netting bag, where they will be raised.

The cultivation of scallops, oysters, and mussels consists of the following reproduction stages:

  1. Spawning
  2. Pre-growout
  3. Growout
  4. Hardening
  5. Harvest

The various aquaculture Methods of Cultivation have distinct characteristics.  The most widely used methods in Baja California are:  spat lines, FLUPSY, Long Lines, and the French method.  The best locations are natural estuaries with shallow water and low waves so that the farmer can have easy access to his nets.

For the diverse methods of shellfish aquaculture, various types of netting are require.  The versatile ACUAMALLA®® nettings are an ideal construction material for the different ways of cultivating scallops, mussels, and oysters.  The cultivation of oysters in floating bags or cages is becoming ever-more popular worldwide.

Acuamalla net for scallops crops
ACUAMALLA®® allows for the natural flow of water so that shellfish can filter out the food that they need from the water.

Methods of Cultivation

ACUAMALLA®® nettings check the boxes of the prerequisites for the cultivation of scallops:  it is resistant to salinity and solar rays and, thanks to the durability of the material it is make of, it withstands the roughness of the shells it comes into contact with without breaking.

The longline cultivation method uses different construction materials and is use starting with pre-growout and then for growout and harvest.  This method utilizes a rope as a main line from which are hung bags made of ACUAMALLA®® netting.

The bags or mesh cages, made of ACUAMALLA®® netting, withstand the force of waves and provide refuge from predators.  They also allow enough water flow to provide sufficient nutrients for the growout stage.  Bags are use primarily for pre-growout of scallops.

Being made of high-density polypropylene, makes this ACUAMALLA®
Being made of high-density polypropylene, makes this ACUAMALLA®® netting a multi-purose netting.

There is an ACUAMALLA®® netting that is make of high-density polyethylene that is ideal for the cultivation of mussels.  With a number of different meshes, grow and feeding can be optimize when raising mussels.  The different meshes of the ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings also makes these nettings suitable for oyster aquaculture with its variety of methods for culturing them. 

It is resistant to the sun’s rays, will not corrode, and can come into direct contact with the oysters. Is for this reason that ACUAMALLA®® nettings are also ideal for mussel farming.  It is a multi-purpose line that can be use to raise mussels with whatever method that you decide upon.

The ACUAMALLA® line of nettings has various meshes for various uses.
The ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings has various meshes for various uses.

ACUAMALLA® Netting Methods of Cultivation

Methods of Cultivation for scallop and mussel farming is now more relevant for aquaculture since the biological characteristics of scallops, such as great resistance to environmental conditions and also their rapid grow, is what has led to them being chose to be cultivate in various regions of the world, such as Baja California (Mexico).  The ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings is ideal for raising mussels.

Methods of Cultivation
ACUAMALLA®® netting is used for cultivating scallops and mussels because it is flexible and very durable.

How to produce a crop using ACUAMALLA®® netting

The cultivation of Mussels is characteristically profitable and economical since the different techniques that are employe require very little capital investment.   In order to raise Mussels, a durable and flexible net is require.

It is for this reason that the ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings is ideal for raising mussels.  The material it is make of is durable and flexible and it is available in various mesh and roll sizes for various stages of grow.

Scallops crops
Scallop spat are placed inside the ACUAMALLA®® netting bag, where they will be raised.

The cultivation of scallops, oysters, and mussels consists of the following reproduction stages:

  1. Spawning
  2. Pre-growout
  3. Growout
  4. Hardening
  5. Harvest

The various aquaculture Methods of Cultivation have distinct characteristics.  The most widely used methods in Baja California are:  spat lines, FLUPSY, Long Lines, and the French method.  The best locations are natural estuaries with shallow water and low waves so that the farmer can have easy access to his nets.

For the diverse methods of shellfish aquaculture, various types of netting are require.  The versatile ACUAMALLA®® nettings are an ideal construction material for the different ways of cultivating scallops, mussels, and oysters.  The cultivation of oysters in floating bags or cages is becoming ever-more popular worldwide.

Acuamalla net for scallops crops
ACUAMALLA®® allows for the natural flow of water so that shellfish can filter out the food that they need from the water.

Methods of Cultivation

ACUAMALLA®® nettings check the boxes of the prerequisites for the cultivation of scallops:  it is resistant to salinity and solar rays and, thanks to the durability of the material it is make of, it withstands the roughness of the shells it comes into contact with without breaking.

The longline cultivation method uses different construction materials and is use starting with pre-growout and then for growout and harvest.  This method utilizes a rope as a main line from which are hung bags made of ACUAMALLA®® netting.

The bags or mesh cages, made of ACUAMALLA®® netting, withstand the force of waves and provide refuge from predators.  They also allow enough water flow to provide sufficient nutrients for the growout stage.  Bags are use primarily for pre-growout of scallops.

Being made of high-density polypropylene, makes this ACUAMALLA®
Being made of high-density polypropylene, makes this ACUAMALLA®® netting a multi-purose netting.

There is an ACUAMALLA®® netting that is make of high-density polyethylene that is ideal for the cultivation of mussels.  With a number of different meshes, grow and feeding can be optimize when raising mussels.  The different meshes of the ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings also makes these nettings suitable for oyster aquaculture with its variety of methods for culturing them. 

It is resistant to the sun’s rays, will not corrode, and can come into direct contact with the oysters. Is for this reason that ACUAMALLA®® nettings are also ideal for mussel farming.  It is a multi-purpose line that can be use to raise mussels with whatever method that you decide upon.

The ACUAMALLA® line of nettings has various meshes for various uses.
The ACUAMALLA®® line of nettings has various meshes for various uses.

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