These are the methods that many provinces in the Mekong Delta are implementing to develop a sustainable shrimp industry.
Cuu Long Delta has been identified as the ‘shrimp capital’ of Vietnam. This main farming object has created a push in the agricultural growth of many provinces.
Soc Trang province possesses strength in developing the fisheries economy. Specifically, brackish shrimp farming is redirecting investment to high-tech
In the past, Ninh Thuan had about 200-300 trucks each day transporting shrimp to the most consuming provinces in the south, there are only more than 80 trucks.
Due to environmental monitoring, shrimp producers in Binh Dinh achieved a high yield despite unfavorable weather conditions.
Unfavorable and extended hot weather, along with the fact that certain regions did not maintain a suitable environment for shrimp farming
Following the recovery of the commercial tra fish market, tra fish seed production facilities have begun to accelerate stocking and rearing
Farmed shrimps are often contaminated with epidemics in the severe conditions of scorching hot weather; nevertheless, the danger may be minimized if shrimp
Thanh Cong 1 Cooperative in Phong Thanh commune, Gia Rai, was the first of its kind to get “responsible aquaculture” certification.
As a consequence, preserving the cultural environment is critical in yearly operations, as is gradually elevating lobster farming in cages to a sustainable
Seafood exports are projected to maintain a steady growth rate in the following years, reaching approximately USD 12 billion by the end of the 2021-2025
In the last months of 2021, shrimp industry expects to see great export opportunities as global demand for importing shrimp is forecasted to increase again.
The wholesale markets are temporarily closed, so some freshwater aquatic products in Can Tho City have reached the harvesting time with large output
Shrimp exports in the last months of 2021 are expected to have good growth. The fisheries industry has set the shrimp export target for the whole of 2021
Tra fish farms in Mekong Delta provinces are applying advanced technologies and international standards to better meet the requirements of foreign importers.
Acquiring the advantages in tax incentives after the CPTPP agreement took into effect, tuna exports from Vietnam to some other member countries have grown
The agricultural sector is promoting high-tech shrimp farming development solutions, striving to increase the farmed shrimp output, reaching 105,000 tons
Mekong Delta is forecasted to have an excellent autumn-winter crop thanks to favorable natural conditions like the short rainy season, reduced saltwater
The seafood industry has risen to seize the opportunity amidst the difficulties and challenges in the first six months of 2021.
A review of the latest scientific studies by Alune* suggests that fish meal inclusion in shrimp feeds can be significantly reduced, offering hope