The ban on bech-de-mer has been lifted for the next three months.
The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources announced this, Friday.
The ban has been imposed to ensure the sea cucumber have time to regenerate after studies revealed the fast depletion of this lucrative sea resources.
The ban was lifted on December 1 and the harvesting period will continue until March 2015.
But the ministry has warned that other methods of harvesting are prohibited as stated under the Solomon Islands National Sea Cucumber Fishery Management and Development Plans.
It explained that handpicking, free diving, and wading are the qualified methods, adding harvesting must be done during day time and not at night as was widely practised.
The ministry said any other methods used will be treated as illegal and breached of marine regulation.
It advised communities to be responsible when harvesting the highly valued marine cucumber.