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2020-2025 Strategic Plan for the Australian Oyster Industry

The Australian oyster industry has changed considerably since the last national strategic plan was developed in 2014 with new challenges and opportunities being presented. This investment with Oysters Australia will develop and extend the next strategic plan (2020-2025) for the Australian oyster industry to inform and direct investment in RD&E.

Project date

13 Jul 2020-13 Dec 2020
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Principal investigator

Andy Myers

Research organisation

Oysters Australia Ltd

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