Availability of quality fresh and saline water in Norway has contributed to the fact that recirculation technologies are considered uneconomical.
From a nutritional standpoint feed development guidelines should be followed when establishing feeding regimes for farming systems.
Because aquaculture is a water-intensive endeavor, conservationists have begun to inquire about the possibility of excessive water use in aquaculture.
Two companies, INVE and Seabait, have recently joined forces to make the ragworm available to the aquaculture industry worldwide.
Sea bream fingerling producers have had to modify their facilities to grow larger animals by increasing tank volume and water flow.
Successful seaweed farms in the phycocolloid industry have been linked with the sustainable development of coastal communities.
In an integrated tilapia and duckweed recirculating system, the fish and the water of the ponds provide nutrients upon which the duckweed will thrive.
Feed is the source of enriching nutrients in rainbow trout farming, and most efforts to lower pollution from trout farms involve modifications of feeds.
Dry artificial diets for shrimp offer reliable supply, reproducible and controlled quality, ease of use and improved stability under storage.
The culture of tropical freshwater fishes has led aquaculture development in Brazil, where many areas have the required characteristics to grow the industry.