Aquaculture News

  • How was this year at Lufft and what do we expect for 2018?

    In the last Lufft post in 2017 our Managing Director reviews the highlights of the year and gives an outlook on the coming year. In this year's last Lufft Post newsletter edition our Managing Director Dr. Martin Nicklas looks back on our highlights in 2017, gives an outlook on the next year, welcomes a new member of the OTT Hydromet Group and wishes all of you happy ...

  • Impact of sustainable feeds on omega-3 levels in farmed fish

    As the global population and its demand for seafood increases, more of our fish will come from aquaculture. Farmed Atlantic salmon are a global commodity and, as an oily fish, contain a rich source of the health promoting long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) acids. Replacing the traditional finite marine ingredients, fishmeal and fish oil, in farmed ...


    By Algae Energy, Inc

  • Intra-row weeding possible with vision systems

    Researchers of Wageningen University & Research, BU Greenhouse horticulture, developed weeding machines which are able to do intra-row weeding. Our experts in robotics were responsible for the detection of weed based on camera images. This development brings great advantage in weed control on the field, improving crop size and quality. When growing organic vegetables on the field, one of the ...

  • Fish Farm Diseases Preventable With Chemical-Free UV Treatment

    PASTURELLA SKYENSIS Today, BBC News unearthed an account where a company in Scotland lost around 125,000 salmon due to an outbreak of the bacterium Pasturella Skyensis. With high concentrations of salmon living in each cage at farms and hatcheries, diseases and bacteria, ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Vietnamese Fish Farmer Expands IPA System to Aquaponics

    Vũ Thị Thắm is among the first intensive pond aquaculture (IPA) adopters in Northern Vietnam, learning the IPA concept from a seminar organized by USSEC and Cargill in Hưng Yên, Vietnam in August 2016. Ms. Tham constructed an IPA fixed floor raceway by following the instruction of Nguyễn Hữu Thọ, a technical manager at Cargill, who joined the Shanghai ...

  • Aviko Snowvalley Teams Up With Tomra Sorting Food For Its State-Of-The-Art French Fry Plant In China

    SnowValley Agricultural Group and Aviko Group, invested by the joint venture between the two leading potato product brands, have decided to once again team up with their long-term processing partner TOMRA Sorting Food, for the development of a new state-of-the-art French fry processing facility. Both SnowValley and Aviko listed sustainability, quality and processing ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Aqua feed – Animeal Factory

    Animeal Factory is an aqua feed factory in the city of Deurne, the Netherlands. They produce Fish Feed as well as Pet food on multiple production lines. As Animeal Factory is highly committed to control odours emitted by their processes, Aerox was requested in 2016 to design and supply a tailor made Aerox Injector for a new built fish feed line. Aerox was selected based upon received references ...


    By Aerox B.V.

  • USSEC Emphasizes In Pond Raceway System Application in Vietnam

    Vietnam’s aquaculture industry is currently facing several natural resource issues such as water and energy, as well as environmental issues, including fishpond effluent treatment. These problems hold back the country’s aquaculture industry development. USSEC Vietnam emphasizes In Pond Raceway System (IPRS) technology to promote profitable and sustainable pond aquaculture production. ...

  • The hidden cost of Salmon Farming

    While salmon is now an affordable staple in most supermarkets it wasn’t that long ago that fresh salmon was reserved for special occasions and celebrations. With the growth of salmon farming, it is now available everywhere at very reasonable prices.  As the financial cost has dropped over the years the environmental cost is now becoming of great concern. Salmon has come down in price ...

  • DACS climatic solution in organic broiler houses in New Zealand

    We are proud to announce that DACS have been selected as sole supplier of complete climate solutions for eight houses for a project for organic broilers in New Zealand. The buyer is Airport & Manu Farms, New Plymouth near Mt. Taranaki. The reason for choosing DACS as supplier was the functionality and the quality of the ventilation system and the advanced ACS management system, states Mr. Ed ...


    By DACS A/S

  • A new greenhouse tomato for all to love

    There’s a plant inside the greenhouse at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (Vineland) that could change the tomato eating experience forever. It is part of ongoing research by a Vineland team of plant breeders, biochemists and consumer specialists to discover a more flavourful greenhouse tomato.  ...

  • New LufftPost newsletter issue 7-2017

    In this issue we show you how to boost your PV farm by means of intelligent weather sensors. Read in our latest LufftPost newsletter also more about the introduction of our new sales director and latest information on increasing salt levels in freshwater lakes. Moreover, we present you innovative measurement techniques for the detection of ...

  • 6th International Workshop on Advancement in Moringa Production & Application

    The Advanced Biofuel Center(ABC) is delighted to announce the 2 Day Moringa State of Art International Workshop viz. 6th Global Moringa  Meet – 2018 to be held on 21- 22 November 2018 at Jaipur, India. India meets more than 80% demand of Moringa Products and thereby enjoying dominant position in the World Moringa Scenario. The global Moringa Products market estimated to be over US$ 4.5 ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • European Consortium Receives €2.2 Million to Develop Safe Solution to Control Sea Lice

    Sea lice are the most significant and widespread parasites in open sea aquaculture, causing health issues to cultured fish and a severe risk for the marine environment. The economic damage resulting of sea lice exceeds € 1 billion per year globally in reduced production, quality and pharmacological treatment costs. A European Consortium, coordinated by LG Sonic, started the LiceSonic Project ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Introducing Gastech Insights, the new and improved Gastech News

    For many years, Gastech News has built a reputation of providing exceptional gas and LNG content, produced by industry professionals from across the global value chain. To reflect our efforts to always deliver the highest quality articles, interviews, eBooks, webinars and more, Gastech News has now become  ...


    By dmg :: events

  • EUBCE 2017: Round Table on Bioenergy for Sustainable Development

    The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the IEA Bioenergy agreement have jointly developed a brief on Bioenergy for Sustainable Development.  The brief was discussed at a Round Table on Bioenergy for Sustainable Development as part of the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition in Stockholm on Tuesday, June ...

  • New Skretting concept boosts marine hatchery efficiency and flexibility

    Artemia, known also as brine shrimp, are tiny crustaceans that are widely used as a live diet in the early stages of aquaculture production. Despite this application,Artemiado not naturally contain the highly unsaturated fatty acids DHA and EPA that are essential to marine fish growth and development. Because hatcheries typically want a DHA-EPA ratio of 2:1 in theirArtemia, they subject it to an ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Pieralisi Group at PRIMA stakeholder forum

    An innovative project, a group of stakeholders, and the scenario of the University of Siena. These were the ingredients that allowed the creation of PRIMA, the international research program for the Mediterranean, promoted by the European Union.   The program, after identifying its strategic plan, has entered the phase in which stakeholders meet and discuss about it. ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • Maryland confronts overuse of antibiotics on farms

    A new law in Maryland will prohibit the routine use of antibiotics on animals that are not sick, a procedure health experts believe helps spread drug resistant bacteria. The Keep Antibiotics Effective Act will also require the Department of Agriculture to ...

  • GMO crops could expect a brighter future

    One of the touchier areas of scientific research – in much of Europe, at least – is the genetic manipulation of food plants, seaweed and algae to try to produce more food or provide better rates of conversion into biofuels. But across the Atlantic genetically-modified crops (GMOs) are increasingly a different story. They are a deeply controversial subject ...


    By Climate News Network

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