Dr Anna Silvia Pedrazanni, fish vet and key partner in Brazil’s Tilapia Welfare Project, discusses welfare, fish health and how Brazil has the potential
Restorative aquaculture shows we can have more habitat, and eat it too
Christian Vaterlaus, founder of Marine Cultures, explains how sea sponge farming is helping both humans and the environment in Zanzibar and beyond.
Fish farm pens that can be submerged to avoid issues such as parasites and extreme weather conditions are proving their worth
Brazil is set to be the third largest tilapia producer in the world within the next decade, predicts Renato Morandi, production manager at GeneSeas.
The use of fishmeal for aquafeeds has been questioned by the authors of a new database that contains nutritional data relating to over 500 fish species
Plans to investigate the possibility of farming yellowbelly flounder in land-based systems have been launched in New Zealand this month.
Hilton Seafood UK has received an award for trialling and adopting an electric stunner for farmed whiteleg shrimp
Seaweed has huge potential in for use in shrimp aquaculture, according Alexandre Veille, although there are still a number of bottlenecks
A novel water purification system inspired sewage plants has been shown to be effective at optimising fish waste for use as fertiliser for plants in aquaponics
Vietnamese pangasius exports to the European Union market suffered a sharp decline of 26.2% to US$39.4 million by mid-May
Hundreds of households that raise fish in cages on the waters of Hoà Bình hydropower reservoir have struggled in recent years due to unstable water levels.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is drafting a decree to support the development of enterprises investing in agriculture and rural areas
Despite being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the initiative from the beginning of the year and the efforts of relevant sectors
The first batch of fresh lychees originating from the northern province of Hai Duong have hit the shelves of a supermarket chain in France
Lychee is a specialty fruit of Luc Ngan district in particular and Bac Giang province in general. With their experience, many farmers have had unique ways
The shipment builds up a chain from farm to home, improving the prestige of Vietnamese products in the international market.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Trà Vinh has earmarked VNĐ150 – 200 billion (US$6.6 – 8.7 million) for research into
An online portal has been launched to help farmers in pandemic-hit Bắc Giang Province sell their lychees.
The Philippines is set to import a lot of rice from India at $100 cheaper per ton than Vietnamese rice as it diversifies its supply sources.