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In 2020, despite being affected by drought, saline intrusion as well as COVID-19 disease, the situation of aquaculture and fishing in Cầu Ngang district
A new tool that uses echo-sounding to generate more precise estimations of the number and size of the fish in a pen is being developed by researchers.
Six ways of helping to ensure that the global seafood industry – covering both fisheries and aquaculture – become more sustainable were outlined in a new report
A series of feed trials suggests that farmed ballan wrasse should not be given extruded feed, as it has been linked to the development of skeletal deformities
A new document that provides guidance for policymakers regarding the expansion of aquaculture, in order to improve diets and create resilient food systems
The first commercial-scale hatchery-produced grey mullet to have been produced in India have now been sent out to fish farmers in three states.
Tilapia fed three times a day show improved growth rates and welfare indicators, according to a new study.
Heterosis, the well-known concept of “hybrid vigour”, has been utilised to improve fitness-related traits – like growth, fecundity and disease resistance
A new set of aquaculture standards has just been released by American Humane, the United States’ oldest and largest certifier of farm animal welfare.
A new company, which uses flow cytometry to monitor the microbial communities in samples of water from aquaculture facilities