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  • Shrimp growth breakthrough

    Aligning the right high-specification nutrition with precise feed management procedures could bring a new golden era for shrimp farmers in Ecuador and across Latin America. Skretting has gone through countless aspects of shrimp feed management, with strong emphasis on confirming the best nutrient composition of its feeds as well as to establish the optimal number of feed occasions. In controlling ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Start-up promises to revolutionise shrimp farming

    A UK start-up says it has developed a low-cost, ecological alternative to traditional shrimp farming by using bacteria as both a water filter and food for its shrimp. IKEA-like portable units using microbes and solar power to cheaply grow shrimp indoors ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • USSEC Provides Trade and Technical Servicing to Shrimp Producers in Peru

    USSEC provided technical support to commercial shrimp growers in Peru by holding multiple discussions with a feedmill representative and fish and shrimp producers about modifying diet formulations for fish and shrimp by incorporating more soybean meal derived from U.S.-grown soybeans. Visits to fish and shrimp farms and facilities by USSEC consultants Dr. John Hargreaves and Jairo Amezquita ...

  • Common bacteria pinned down as cause of shrimp die-off

    A cause of a mysterious disease devastating shrimp farms across Asia since 2009 has been tracked back to a strain of a bacteria native to coastlines around the world. The shrimp early mortality syndrome has perplexed experts for years, in a region where roughly one million people depend on shrimp ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Queens panga and shrimp noodles first ASC and MSC labelled product in Dutch stores

    Sales of responsibly-sourced seafood are on the rise in the Netherlands. Now Dutch shoppers can enjoy even more choice as the first product carrying the ASC logo for responsible aquaculture and the MSC ecolabel for sustainable wild-catch hits the shops. From this month, Queens Panga & Shrimp Noodles Red Curry, combining farmed pangasius and wild-caught shrimp, will be available from major ...

  • Low discard Faroese cold water prawn fishery wins MSC certificate

    The Faroese North East Arctic cold water prawn (Pandalus borealis) fishery has been MSC certified as a sustainable and well-managed fishery. The fishery certification was coordinated by Maresco A/S, a Danish company specialising in shellfish, and includes three Faroese vessels supplying around 4,500 MT of prawns from the Barents Sea and North East Arctic Ocean. Low bycatch and ...

  • Lallemand Animal Nutrition hosts its 2nd Aquaculture technical meeting in India

    After the great success of its first aquaculture technical meeting in Bangkok in 2012, Lallemand Animal Nutrition was pleased to host in Chennai, India, the 2nd Aquaculture technical meeting dedicated to “Microbial Management at Farm level”. More than 250 participants from Europe, Latin America, Middle East and South East Asia were present on March ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Lallemand contributes to Aquaculture Chennai-2016 Conference

    Pond and gut microbial management are keys to securing shrimp farming. Lallemand Animal Nutrition, a primary producer and major supplier of probiotics and yeast derivatives, participated at AQUACULTURE CHENNAI 2016 August 23-24, 2016, in Chennai, India, as Platinum Sponsor and invited speaker. The theme of the international conference was “Reflect & Restore Tempo ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • BiOWiSH™ offers groundbreaking, money back aquaculture guarantee

    August 23, 2011 For Immediate Release CHICAGO, IL - BiOWiSH Technologies has launched an industry-changing 100% money back guarantee for aquaculture shrimp producers interested in BiOWiSH™-AquaFarm. BiOWiSH will refund any producer who tries BiOWiSH™-AquaFarm and finds the increased value of production doesn't exceed the cost of the product, up to 100% of the producer's cost for ...


    By BiOWiSH Technologies

  • MDG New Technology Development - Aquaculture America Conference: Feb 9-12th

    COMBINING THE USE OF WHATMAN FTA CARDS AND DIAGNOSTIC PCR ASSAYS TO DETERMINE THE PATHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF SHRIMP WATER SAMPLES SHIPPED OVERSEAS Sona Son, Amy Lange, Heather Behn and Michael King Microbial Discovery Group and JBS United Pathogenic Vibrio spp. are a major economic concern in the shrimp industry causing global losses of approximately $3 billion USD ...

  • Continuous Development of Molecular Methods To Solve Your Aquaculture Customers Pain

    MDG has made continuous advances in molecular methods for the aquaculture industry. Over the last year, we presented three posters that focus on how these methods provide better insight for your customers. Thanks for all of those who dropped by our poster at the World Aquaculture Society meetings in Jeju, Korea and also our poster at the American Society of Microbiology in New Orleans, ...

  • Sea lice pesticides from Norwegian fish farms can exceed UK environmental health standards

    Levels of aquaculture pesticides exceed UK environmental quality standards (EQSs) in samples taken from near Norwegian fish farms, a recent study has shown. The researchers examined five pesticides used to kill sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) and showed that in many cases their concentrations exceeded UK EQSs. They used UK standards, they explain, because there are currently no Norwegian EQSs ...

  • Rice paddies synergise with fish farming

    By combining aquaculture with wet paddy farming in its coastal areas Bangladesh can meet food security and climate change issues, says a new report. The approach promises more nutritious food, without causing ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Mangrove-mud coasts; a muddy story (4)

    In my previous blogs, I described the large losses of our mangrove heritage, in spite of the great value of these ecosystems. Today, I argue that these losses are caused by thoughtless land-use. In my previous blogs, I described the large losses of our mangrove heritage, ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Launch of LALSEA BIOREM: innovative solutions for aquaculture bioremediation from microbiology expert Lallemand Animal Nutrition

    VIV Asia 2015 Tradeshow – Lallemand Animal Nutrition is pleased to announce the launch of LALSEA BIOREM, a new range of aquaculture bioremediation solutions, presented this month at VIV Asia 2015. LALSEA BIOREM is a range of synergistic combinations of specifically selected naturally occurring microorganism strains that help maintaining water quality during crop ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Call for olympian effort against aquatic non-native species

    Gold medal Olympic rower and London 2012 ambassador, Ben Hunt-Davis joined Environment Minister Richard Benyon today to launch the Check, Clean, Dry campaign to stop the spread of aquatic invasive non-native species. The campaign aims to counter the threat to Britain’s economy and wildlife posed by the spread of invasive non-native species such as the “killer ...

  • Continuous Development of Molecular Methods To Solve Your Aquaculture Customers Pain

    MDG has made continuous advances in molecular methods for the aquaculture industry. Over the last year, we presented three posters that focus on how these methods provide better insight for your customers. Thanks for all of those who dropped by our poster at the World Aquaculture Society meetings in Jeju, Korea and also our poster at the American Society of Microbiology in New Orleans, ...

  • ‘Genebank can save South Asian fish stocks’

    As South Asian fish stocks rapidly dwindle through overfishing, experts have suggested the setting up of a regional genebank as a remedy. Other suggestions that came up at a regional consultative workshop on management and dissemination of improved fish breeds to preserve their diversity in South Asia, held ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • 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

  • Wal-Mart scrutinizes supply-chain sustainability

    Wal-Mart's announcement last week that it will require its suppliers to evaluate and disclose the full environmental costs of their products was greeted with fanfare in the media and among green business champions. The excitement is grounded in the notion that when the world's largest retailer asks more than 100,000 businesses around the world to assess [PDF] their environmental and social ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

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