Broodstock center in India supports domestic shrimp-farming industry

Steve M. Arce Y. C. Thampi Sam Raj H. Dinesh Kumar Dustin R. Moss, Ph.D.

Animals are better acclimated to local culture conditions, with reduced stress from long-distance shipment In phase 2 of the two-phase system, shrimp are grown at lower stocking densities to 40 to 50 g. It takes approximately six months to raise the shrimp to Dustin R. Moss size. In 2013, India replaced Thailand as the largest…

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  • Steve M. Arce

    Steve M. Arce

    Oceanic Institute of Hawaii Pacific University
    41-202 Kalanianaole Highway
    Waimanalo, Hawaii USA 96795

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  • Y. C. Thampi Sam Raj

    Y. C. Thampi Sam Raj

    Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture
    Shrimp Breeding
    Chennai, Tamilnadu, India

  • H. Dinesh Kumar

    H. Dinesh Kumar

    Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture
    L. vannamei Multiplication Centre
    Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India

  • Dustin R. Moss, Ph.D.

    Dustin R. Moss, Ph.D.

    Oceanic Institute of Hawaii Pacific University
    41-202 Kalanianaole Highway
    Waimanalo, Hawaii USA 96795