KKP to Assuring The Sustainability of Lobster

The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) of the Republic of Indonesia monitors lobster aquaculture activities, so they can continue to be sustainable.

Photo by Global-News

Farmers must submit an application to the Director General of the KKP, the contents of which include the statement :
"Commitment to release lobster as much as 2% of the yield of enlargement Lobster with a minimum weight of lobster released is 50 g / head for lobster cultivation."
This was implemented based on the Decree of the Director General of Aquaculture Fisheries Number: 178 / KEP-DIRJEN / 2020, which refers to the Regulation of the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Number 12 of 2020 concerning Management of Lobster and Crabs in the NKRI Region.

Slamet Soebjakto, photo by Kompas

The socialization activity of the Director General of Aquaculture Decree was held online and was followed by all stakeholders -both at the center and in Provinces throughout Indonesia.

The Director General of Aquaculture KKP, Slamet Soebjakto, in Jakarta on Tuesday (6/16/2020), ensured that the regulation was part of the Government's effort to realize the potential utilization of lobster resources, through measured and sustainable cultivation.

Specifically for businesses that will export shrimp seeds, Regulation of the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries No. 12 of 2020 mandates the obligation to cultivate lobsters and have harvested sustainably, as well as releasing lobsters as much as 2%.

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