The Cultivation of Oysters

1875 Scientific American  
J citutific �mtricau. 33 PRst fim YPOlI':; ill tinkering old ship>� of war, not. one of which THE CULTIVATION OF OYSTERS. 'gun by the drill. It would be fortunate, indeed, for our dred thou�and dollars lu<� he('n appropriatE'd for eigh t nt'w [u our hurt. il!stlC, WI' traced the oyster from th e spawning! enough thnt the drill paralyzes the oyster (chiefly those un-is thormlghly lit for sever" sen-ice. Three million two hlln' l ----_. --_.--- ; oyster breedPl'l if thl' st-ll rli were thus
more » ... ent. It is true slooll.;,itis true,but this is not included in the aboyc amollnt; bed through its fonr or ti,',! Y',arK of development. rt is now: der three years old) by boring a hole into the oyster's heart, nor is any portion of the sam ... , except ont' million dollars, ' on what may be called the fattening ground, the linn gravelly I as its large muscle is called; but the Iltar waits for no such chargeablp to all�other necessary expenditllr(' sa\'o repairs. bottom of a channel between rock�islands, swept br a tid!': intervention.
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican01161875-33a fatcat:77gjry5ng5cftacevaoqd65uva