Botünica Marina VoL XVII, p. 60-62, 1974 Cabte: A Description of the Activities of the Maullin (Chile) Fishing Cooperative REPORT A Description of the Activities of the Maullin (Chile) Fishing Cooperative in the Extraction of the Marine Alga Gracttaria sp, January--March 1967 W. D. Cable* t/. £ Peace Corps Washington, D.C U, S. A. (Rec. 30. 10.73) Extraction of the marine alga Gracilaria sp. began in the summer of 1965-66 in the estuarine area known under the names of the Maullin River and the Quenuir River. Prior to this time this alga and other types of algae had been gathered by area farmers to be used äs a fertilizer in crop production, especially for potatoes, The fishermen of the area began harvesting and drying this product with the express purpose of sale for agar extraction in the summer of 1965--66; the cooperative of the fishermen of the area, Cooperativa de Pescadores Maullin Ltda., began receiving this product, with purpose of exportation, in the summer of 1966--67. This alga has been classified äs Gracilaria confervoides by the Fish and Game Department (Pesca y Caza); it may be that there are other species of this genus to be encountered in
Botanica Marina – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1974
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