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The benefits of a mangrove-sensitive shrimp aquaculture project that’s currently operational in Indonesia have been highlighted in a recent article
An app that lets shrimp farmers to track shrimp growth from stocking through harvest, purely by taking pictures on their smartphone, is generating very positive
Shrimp stocking area in brackish water has reached around 1,500ha, mainly in Đông Hoà, Sông Cầu towns and Tuy An district
Fish farmers across Vietnam have begun producing hybrid grouper, saying that the species’ high growth rate and favourable market price make it a profitable
In 2019, the total area of white leg shrimp reached 226ha with an output of 2,097 tons. In spite of an increase in both area and output
Bacteriophages can prove an effective alternative to the use of antibiotics to tackle Vibrio infections in shrimp aquaculture, according to a new study.
In order to prevent ammonia issues in shrimp ponds, proper management is needed to keep the concentration below the maximum threshold or lethal concentrations.
Ammonia is nitrogenous waste produced from feed input and microbial decomposition of organic matter in water columns.
This year, the slump in prices and disease outbreaks have made local lobster farmers suffer from serious loss, even some gave up.
Ngọc Hiển district of Cà Mau province has 4,500 households devoting into mangrove shrimp farming with a total area of 17,805ha and expects to reach 18,81ha.