In addressing waste managers – representing the governments of various Asian nations at the “Inception and Capacity-Building Workshop on National and City-Level Waste Management Strategies” in Osaka, Japan – the author recommended holistic views, focusing “upstream” and using waste management
Since feed costs can contribute up to 60 percent of the expenses for an aquaculture business, it is common for farms to purchase lower-cost feeds.
Shrimp aquaculture could improve its position through more accurate and consistent identification and counting of postlarvae.
Fast growth and attractive market prices make wreckfish an interesting option among the new species considered for commercial aquaculture.
Studies by the author demonstrated that until morning D.O. concentrations fell below 3.0 mg/L, feed consumption of channel catfish was not affected.