In April 2021, seafood export value was estimated at 650 million USD, for the first 4 months of the year, seafood export reached 2,39 billion USD
Although consumption from food services decreased, shrimp imports increased in many markets due to lower prices.
Information at the workshop showed that the Mekong Delta region is the key shrimp farming area with 91.2% of the brackish water shrimp farming area
Vietnam earned $17.15 billion of export revenue from these products in January-April 2021, a rise of 24.2% year on year.
The company will serve the Vietnamese tilapia farmers with high quality genetic material as well as to explore opportunities in the wider aquaculture genetics
For years, Ta Thi Thanh Thuy toiled on a sliver of land sandwiched between the Mekong River and the East Vietnam Sea, a region widely known as Vietnam's rice
Blue Aqua International Launches Doctor ShrimpTM to Support the Global Shrimp Farming Industry with Skills Training and Shrimp Diagnostic Services.
Grobest supports vietnamese shrimp farmers to adopt intensive shrimp farming with Gro-farm technology
At the conference on implementing solutions to develop livestock and fisheries in the new situation held on the morning of April 26
Minh Phu’s shrimp hatchery in the southern province of Ninh Thuan. Photo courtesy of Minh Phu Seafood JSC.
Vietnam targets a 5 percent increase in shrimp exports this year to $4 billion.
In 2021, Long An province's aquaculture output target will reach over 60,000 tons, an increase of about 2,000 tons compared to 2020
Piscine orthoreovirus (PRV) – which is associated with kidney and liver damage in Chinook salmon – is transmitted between Atlantic salmon farms and wild
Two new genetic markers that indicate greater resistance to a bacterial infection in farmed Atlantic salmon have been identified by a team of aquaculture
The breeding cycle of the red snapper (Lutjanus argentemaculatus) has been closed following a five year breeding programme
Phrase integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) it is the Chinese who have been at the forefront of developing – and adopting –practical forms of polyculture
A group of researchers in the Philippines is looking to develop and commercialise an app that helps farmers differentiate between three very closely connected
Plans to produce insect protein for the aquafeed sector from discarded airline food have been announced in Singapore today.
A system that gives fish farmers advanced warning of harmful algal blooms (HABs) is due to be commercially available within 18 months.
A project that aims to reduce the need for antibiotics in Egypt’s tilapia farming sector is gaining momentum.