El estudio evaluó el rendimiento de producción y la composición de tejidos de pámpano juvenil de Florida alimentado con dietas que contenían aceite de pescado o mezclas 25:75 de aceite de pescado y varias otras fuentes de lípidos.
Michael H. Schwarz
Study evaluated production performance and tissue composition of juvenile Florida pompano fed diets containing fish oil or 25:75 blends of fish oil and various other lipid sources.
The quality flesh and striking coloration of Atlantic spadefish suggest potential in both seafood and ornamental markets. To identify appropriate feeding rates and frequencies, the authors evaluated juvenile spadefish fed daily at varying regimens.
Fingerling production has long been a bottleneck in the advancement of cobia culture. A coalition has validated intensive larviculture production systems and protocols that deliver 35 percent survival.
While Asia’s more extensive approaches for cobia larviculture are effective, more intensive methods are used in the Americas. Most facilities still rely heavily upon wild-capture broodstock.
Cobia culture is dominated by the Asia Pacific region. Most culture is done in nearshore net pens, with trends also moving toward offshore pens and even intensive indoor systems. Vietnam is the largest market, while other markets relate to production
Production of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) is growing rapidly in Asia, yet fingerling production predominantly occurs in extensive pond environments.