The use of refrigerated freshwater algal paste for production of rotifers results in live feed with adequate nutritional properties for marine larviculture.
Category Health & Welfare
Dip shrimp in a 5 percent sodium bisulfite solution for 2 to 5 minutes to produce a bisulfite concentration of 30 to 50 ppm sulfur dioxide equivalent in the shrimp.
After numerous modifications during experiments with the freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii), a successful microbound diet has been developed.
Consideration of the effect of animal density usually does not include the critically important contribution of pathogen concentration to the dynamics of disease outbreaks.
Research with sockeye salmon fry in Washington state demonstrates that bioencapsulated artemia can deliver therapeutic erythromycin more efficiently than pelleted feeds.
In intensive fish hatcheries, successful larval rearing depends upon meeting larval metabolic demands with continuous feeding.
A study of hybrid tilapia breeding represents the minimum scale needed for achieving successful, in-house selective breeding.
Physical and chemical processes, along with the biological and economic components of shrimp production in zero-exchange culture, require models for analysis.
OceanBoy Farms in Southern Central Florida has been a leader in establishing commercial protocols for inland, low-salinity shrimp farms.