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This disease, called black death or shrimp scurvy occurs in penaeids that are reared in culture systems lacking algae and receiving diets with insufficient
Breeding shrimp together with other aquatic products is preventing disease without using chemicals and providing sustainable results for farmers
A decision on tightening the control of disease safety and food safety for shrimp and shrimp products exported to Australia.
Bacterial diseases of shrimps and their management. Vibriosis and related bacterial diseases. Control of disease Sanitation and rigorous management practices.
The shrimp sector can do more to limit the impact of those disease challenges that form the sector’s largest constraint.
Disease problems in shrimp production are complex and often still poorly understood. Therefore, shrimp producers must consider the seed stock quality
Disease problems on shrimp farms may be partly driven by an interaction between management practices that cause inbreeding in small hatcheries
Shrimp producers must consider genetics, seed stock quality, husbandry procedures and healthy nutrition as the major tools to control disease
This condition was first reported in Japan in 1993 in shrimp that had been imported from China.
The common disease causing fungi are Lagenidium, Siropodium, Haliphthoros and Fusarium. Environmental factors such as rainy season, humid condition