Circular shrimp ponds are increasingly being used by small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs in Indonesia, where they are also receiving government backing.
The shrimp sector is set to benefit from the inclusion of insect-based ingredients in its feed, according to Maye Walraven, head of business development
Antarctic krill caught by Aker BioMarine are a green and sustainable alternative to soy and fishmeal in aquafeeds, according to the independent sustainability
Heidi Kuehnle, founder and CEO of Kuehnle AgroSystems, has developed an innovative, patented means for producing natural astaxanthin
The camera system used to survey the seabed beneath structures such as net pen fish farms, could be seriously underestimating disturbances to ecosystems
Explains a novel means of microbial management in recirculation aquaculture systems (RAS) and how this is helping him produce market-sized shrimp in record time
A novel offshore fish farming system has taken a step towards commercialisation, following the completion of a successful feasibility study.
Inspections have revealed that dangerous diseases on farmed aquatic animals have appeared constantly, particularly among shrimp and pangasius.
The effective use of data has the ability to transform fish health in the aquaculture industry, according to the founders of Manolin*.
New research suggests that using lumpfish or ballan wrasse to combat sea lice in offshore fish farms isn’t workable
A growing body of research suggests that freshwater fish farms are more sustainable and could make greater contributions to food security than their seawater
A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia found that processing organic food waste with black soldier fly larvae produced high quality aqua
Stable, biosecure, zero water-exchange aquaculture is the only remedy for repeated catastrophic loss from disease in the shrimp industry
On May 21, the webinar on developing Vietnam’s marine aquaculture on an industrial scale was launched with the attendance of representatives from Vietnam
Vietnam exported $74 million worth of tuna in April, a 50 percent year-on-year surge, with the U.S. and E.U. buying more.
The export of key aquatic products posted strong rises in many markets in the first quarter of 2021, increasing Vietnam’s aquatic export turnover
Many new aquatic species with economic value have been put into production by farmers such as freshwater clams for pearls, porcupine snakeheads, flower bananas
According to the departments of Industry and Trade of provinces in the Mekong Delta, shrimp exports have improved and posted robust growth in the European marke
The shrimp exports of province in the Mekong Delta region have witnessed robust growth to the European market during the early months of the year
Vietnam exported canned seafood worth nearly US$55 million in the first two months of 2021, surging 42% compared with the same period last year.