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Localities need to develop concentrated areas for aquaculture, converting from traditional farming methods to industrial fish culture applying high technology.
A review of the latest scientific studies by Alune* suggests that fish meal inclusion in shrimp feeds can be significantly reduced, offering hope
The growing interest in aquaculture as a means of producing high-quality, fresh, never-frozen marine shrimp led to a new publication written
Poor feeding practices such as overfeeding, underfeeding, feeding incorrect pellet sizes, the use of unsuitable or unpalatable diets and the feeding
Noxious phytoplankton has been implicated in fish kills worldwide with the majority of problems occurring in marine systems.
Viruses are extremely small agents comprised of DNA or RNA surrounded by protein. Viruses must invade living cells in other organisms to replicate.
The bacterium, Streptococcus iniae, causes streptococcosis in silver perch. The disease has been rarely reported, although losses in the few outbreaks were sign
The aquatic fungus, Aphanomyces invadans, causes EUS on silver perch farms located in coastal regions in northeastern NSW and southeastern Queensland
Fishing capacity overgrew, Output far exceeded the allowable exploitation level, productivity dropped, seafood resources depleted...
The models of shrimp intercropping with mullet or monogamous tilapia in Binh Dinh show that they can both handle the pollution water sources for farming