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On Monday, KEMFRI ruled out poisoning, just days after dozens of fish were found dead.
He said they have initiated similar projects in other parts of the county.
With less than four months to December – which is the market peak for majority of the cage fish farmers – those affected are now staring at a loss.
Dr Aura explains that placing the cages at great depths encourages maximum water exchange.
Erratic and unpredictable weather pattern is now the norm that every farmer has to contend with.
The move comes as all livestock markets in the area are shut to prevent the spread of the disease which has left farmers counting losses.
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