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Here we share news and information that is relevant to our business and helpful to the industry as a whole. We hope you will benefit from reading our original articles as well as some shared ones. You will also find great tips and tricks to help you run your operation as smoothly as possible.


The rise of alternative oyster growing methods in the USA

Traditional culture methods of oyster farming relied (and still rely, in many regions) on natural setting of wild larvae on suitable benthic substrates. But there are other ways to grow oysters, and these techniques can result in significantly greater production volumes. Click to read more: https://thefishsite.com/articles/the-rise-of-alternative-oyster-growing-methods- […]

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Post-harvest digitisation: a game-changer for Indian aquaculture

Although India is the world’s second largest aquaculture producer, harvesting 15 million tonnes a year, post-harvest chains are plagued by a lack of transparency and inefficient value chains. Therefore, it’s high time that technology is used to connect buyers and sellers, and to make the value chain more prosperous and resilient. Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/post-harvest-digitisation-a-game-changer-for-indian-aquaculture […]

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Could microalgal feeds promote sea lice resistance in salmon?

The Norwegian researchers investigated whether the inclusion of diatoms, a form of microalgae, could help to combat sea lice, as it is known that a number of polyunsaturated aldehydes (PUAs) produced by diatoms can function as grazing deterrents and harm the development of copepods such as sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis). Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/could-microalgal-feeds-promote-sea-lice-resistance-in-salmon […]

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Shrimp aquaculture startup spearheads Bosch’s new Singapore innovation initiative

Bosch has opened a new hub for developing startups, in fields including aquaculture, in Singapore this week. The startup combines sensors, software and services – based on data analysis capabilities using artificial intelligence (AI) to transform aquaculture from art to science. It aims to help the region’s shrimp farmers increase yield, predictability and implement sustainable aquaculture practices, while reducing risks and costs. Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/shrimp-aquaculture-startup-spearheads-boschs-new-singapore-innovation-initiative […]

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Trio to launch new aquaculture app in Singapore

An aquaculture app that is designed to help fish and shrimp farmers in Singapore and beyond is due to be launched next month. The initial model will enable shrimp and fish farmers to use real-time data analytics technology to track critical parameters such as water quality, feed management and animal health. The app will initially be trialed at Blue Aqua’s four farms in Singapore. Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/trio-to-launch-new-aquaculture-app-in-singapore […]

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7 tips to improve pond bottom quality in shrimp farms

Shrimp ponds accumulate a lot of organic matter during production from the uneaten feed, fertilizer, faeces, carcasses, and dead phytoplankton. All of this settles on the pond bottom in the form of sediment or sludge. These accumulated sludge and sediment can cause a lot of problems if left unmanaged – here’s how producers can handle it effectively. 6th Tip: We also have AQUA-Cal+ water conditioner to help with the pond sludge management in shrimp farming. Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/seven-tips-for-managing-pond-bottom-quality-shrimp-farming […]

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Reducing egg loss in shrimp hatcheries

“Eggs from infected shrimp brood stock have been shown to produce healthy post-larvae if properly disinfected, prompting a major hatchery to change its protocols and a huge spike in juvenile survival rates.” Back in 2018, at the SEAFDEC/AQD Tiger Shrimp Spawner/Broodstock Facility in Iloilo, Philippines, eggs from shrimp brood stock that were shown to contain pathogens would be promptly chlorinated and disposed of to maintain biosecurity. The hatchery uses polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests on the broodstock, in order to weed out any infected with white spot syndrome virus (WSSV), monodon baculovirus (MBV), infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV), yellow head […]

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The SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE SERIES – Disease in Shrimp Culture 🦐🦠

In this video, Calix will be talking about the effects of disease in aquaculture, why and how it has affected the shrimp industry quite seriously in the last decade. With the purpose of solving global challenges, Calix has developed AQUA-Cal+, a water conditioner that safety addresses disease, improves productivity – to sustainably meet the nutritional needs of a growing global population. Link: https://youtu.be/HSLswcluS8w #3littlefish #aquaculture #farming #fishfarming #prawns #water #pond #sustainable #sustainability #environment #biosecurity #culture #safety […]

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First Official Record of Ovaprim® Spawning Hormone Application on Sharks

Ovaprim are no longer only a breeding hormone for Aquaculture use, but also contributed in the efforts of sharks conservation! “Since there is no official record of Ovaprim® application to elasmobranchs yet, it is not known whether Ovaprim® will work on sharks. To confirm whether it works, experiments using two shark species: the banded houndshark (Triakis scyllium) and the whitetip reef shark (Triaenodon obesus) were performed.” Link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2020.571741 #shark #species #exsituconservation #research #korea #ovaprim […]

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Expert Insights into EMS in Shrimp 🦐🦠

“The detection of an unidentified pathogen in my own farm caused me to consult some of the world’s preeminent experts on early mortality syndrome (EMS) about a possible solution and taught me another vital lesson in biosecurity.” #shrimps #shrimpfarming #shrimpaquaculture #shrimpdisease #ems Link: https://thefishsite.com/articles/expert-insights-into-ems-in-shrimp […]

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