News features and technical articles about the evolution of aquaculture, one of the world’s fastest growing industries.

Mexico

Health & Welfare

Demostración comercial de raceways en estanque

Los resultados de un proyecto de demostración de la tecnología del Sistema de Raceways en Estanques (IPRS) en siete raceways de tilapia en una granja comercial en México mostraron el potencial para aumentar la producción de pescado con este sistema 

Health & Welfare

Commercial demonstration of in-pond raceways

Results of a demonstration project of the In-Pond Raceway System (IPRS) technology in seven tilapia raceways at a commercial farm in Mexico showed the potential for increasing fish production with this environmentally sustainable culture system. 

Intelligence

A motive, and a market, for farmed fish in Mexico

Boasting ample areas for aquaculture and a robust domestic demand for seafood – not to mention its close proximity to the U.S. market – a land of opportunity lies in Mexico. Fish farming is primed to meet its potential south 

Intelligence

Un motive, y un mercado, para los peces cultivados en México

Con amplias áreas para la acuacultura y una sólida demanda interna de pescados y mariscos – sin mencionar su cercanía con el mercado de los Estados Unidos – una tierra de oportunidad se encuentra en México. La piscicultura está preparada 

Health & Welfare

Mexico shows the way to promote seafood

With major support from the government, a campaign has been launched to promote consumption of Mexico’s fishery and aquaculture products. The objective is to increase per capita seafood consumption to 12 kg by 2018. 

Responsibility

Endangered totoaba has aquaculture potential in Mexico

Totoaba, a large, fast-growing fish of the Gulf of California, became endangered due to overfishing. The Mexican government therefore created an aquaculture program in Baja California to support restocking for the recovery of wild totoaba stocks.