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A plant-based water conditioner that protects shrimp larvae and post-larvae against stress and health threats is now available in Mexico and Thailand.
How water quality management, low stocking densities and the use of specialised feeds can consign the use of antibiotics in shrimp farming to history.
The major challenges in shrimp farming include optimizing parameters of productive performance such as the growth rate, final weight, and feed efficiency
Dr Loc Tran, founder of ShrimpVet and one of the key researchers behind the discovery of the causes of EMS in shrimp
Fish and shrimp feed production specialist Skretting is celebrating 25 years since it launched its first health-focused aquafeed.
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
The acclimation of shrimp postlarvae before stocking into growout ponds, raceways or tanks is a critical step in the shrimp culture process.
Disease problems in shrimp production are complex and often still poorly understood. Therefore, shrimp producers must consider the seed stock quality
Early mortality syndrome (EMS) is a result of poor management practices in shrimp farming in Vietnam and several other countries.