The Asian sea bass (Lates calcarifer) is known by various common names in different parts of its range, including “barramundi” in much of Asia.
Archer Daniels Midland's hydroponics and aquaculture project utilizes waste heat and carbon dioxide to produce high-quality vegetables and tilapia on a year-round basis.
Vietnam introduced its “Doi Moi” program of economic reform in the mid-1980s, effectively establishing an open-door policy for outside investment.
Australia’s aquaculture industry is developing rapidly, fueled by southern bluefin tuna (Thynnus maccoyii) in offshore net cages.
Settling basins seem to be the only practical means of treating effluents released during harvest at small or large shrimp farms.
Only a few studies have been conducted with a few species. Shrimp vitamin requirements are simply trace amounts for maintenance metabolism and growth.
Of all the sources of animal protein and energy available for aquafeeds, the largest is rendered animal byproducts.
Continuous innovation of production systems can make eel culture sustainable, environmentally friendly and economically viable.
A series of paired production trials evaluated single-phase and three-phase recirculating systems stocked with high health postlarvae.
Recirculating systems for commercial scale farming of shrimp have been tried in several areas of Thailand over the past five years.