25 October 2016

• Oyster Cultivation: A Bluepoint By Any Other Name…

“The salinity of the water, the nutrients available to them (oysters are not fed), the nearness of a river all make a difference. But so does the way they are tended. Beds must be kept free of weeds and pests like ‘drills,’ snails that bore holes in the oyster shells.

“Time and temperature control are also important. Oysters are natural hibernators, so if kept cold enough can remain fresh for several days out of the water….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NewsTimes

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