Both traditional fisheries and the aquaculture industry face challenges that call for efficient bird control. Despite efforts to reduce seabird mortality, thousands of albatrosses and other seabirds die every year as a result of bycatch in fisheries. In the fast growing aquaculture industry great amounts of animal life in one area like shellfish, crustaceans and fish will eventually attract predatory birds.In collaboration with SaveWave, Bird Control Group developed an innovative and highly specialized laser technology to easily and safely exclude sea ducks, seagulls, cormorants, herons and other nuisance birds from (shell)fish farms, fishing grounds and sea vessels.
By Bird Control Group based in Delft, NETHERLANDS.
Surface preparation: Your pond surface needs to be clean, dry and structurally sound. We suggest not using any detergents in your Pond. A medium bristle brush and water is all that is needed. You want the surface to be clean of any dirt that will be picked up with the nap of the roller or in the paintbrush used during the application process. Avoid cleaners and detergents since any remaining residue may harm your fish or plants. Only if your pond does not have plants or fish should you consider using cleaning solutions. On an epdm liner that has not been coated with other coatings it is simply a one coat application of PondPro2000.
By Pondpro2000 based in Shelton, CONNECTICUT (USA).
Chlorine dioxide has a number of advantages over other biocides commonly used in the fish and fish processing industry. Chlorine dioxide in solution can be added to water/ice that is used in processing and packing any fish. The slow release of chlorine dioxide gas from the water onto the surface of fish as the ice melts helps to prevent spoilage and odors during transport. It maintains the microbial quality of water even in presence of high organic load, thereby impacting upon quality maintenance and substantial improvement of shelf life of the products.
By Applied Oxidation LLC based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).
At fish breeding humic acids are known for long as an integral part of natural waters for the bio-logical improvement of the water quality. For this purpose peat based products were often used to optimize the pH with the containing humic acids. Huminc acids based products on base of lignite like HuminFeed® in the field of aquacultures are an object for research for many years yet. Within the research acitivities regarding the use of HuminFeed in aquacultures and ornamental fish breeding the following positive effects amongst others could be observed by the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in Berlin:
By Humintech GmbH based in Grevenbroich, GERMANY.
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