The last five years alone have seen the aquaculture industry face unprecedented loss events from widespread algal blooms, novel disease outbreaks
No longer an "easy-going" market, China has been increasing its demand for imported agricultural and aquatic products.
The Government has issued a resolution to encourage businesses to invest in agriculture, as part of efforts to bring the Vietnamese agricultural sector
Vietnam’s seafood exports to China are expected to rise in the second half of this year to reach the 1.2 billion USD target for the whole of this year as China
Việt Nam’s shrimp exports are expected to be strong during the rest of this year because countries tend to import more in the latter months of the year
A multi-year project aimed at improving shrimp hatcheries’ animal welfare practices is nearing conclusion, but initial results released earlier this month show
Modern feed formulation practices should include monitoring dietary buffering capacity, with a target of less than 650 meq/Kg.
Supplementing grass carp diets with grape pomace flour may support fish’s gill health and energetic metabolism function during a disease challenge, say research
A new study in the Journal of Fish Diseases has identified instances where tilapia infected with tilapia lake virus (TiLV) passed the disease onto
Feed efficiency may be individually assessed in fish without recording individual feed intakes.
The stormy weather in the south has hit vegetable and fruit output, leading to higher prices in HCM City and Đà Lạt.
Seafood exports to China could recover in the second half of the year after falling in the first half due to tightened regulations there.
In Khánh Hòa, prices of commercial lobster of all kinds have slumped, especially rock lobsters which are ranging from 1 to 1.1 million dong per kilogram
More than 40 businesses have been added to the list of rice exporters under the Government’s newly revised decree on rice export
The northern mountainous province of Phu Tho is pursuing the policy of developing agriculture, with one of the priorities being building trademarks
The firm behind what is being billed as the world’s largest shrimp farm is betting big on a proprietary harvest model and seemingly inexorable Chinese demand
Shrimp may have environmental benefits, as well, including substituting for chemical pesticides to control snail populations
By 2030, 62 percent of all seafood produced for human consumption will come from aquaculture. Today, it’s about 50 percent. So, what is aquaculture?
The environmental impact of aquaculture is completely dependent upon the species being farmed, the intensity of production and the location of the farm
Indonesia's aquaculture industry has enjoyed rapid expansion recently, growing 264% from 2008 to 2017, producing some 6.2 million metric tons of seafood in 2017