El siguiente paso para la cría de camarones será el desarrollo de animales que no sólo están libres de enfermedades, sino que son cada vez más resistentes a múltiples patógenos. La industria se está globalizando, con proveedores estableciéndose en el
The next step for shrimp breeding will be developing animals that aren’t just disease-free, but increasingly resistant to multiple pathogens. The industry is globalizing, with suppliers setting up shop overseas. But its birthplace will always be Hawaii.
A super-intensive RAS grow-out trial produced 5.7 kg of shrimp per square meter in 14 weeks using minimal water volume and only 0.34 percent daily water exchange.
Amberjacks have excellent aquaculture potential due to their adaptability to conditions of intensive culture, extremely fast growth, and high market value.
Amberjack, known as kahala in Hawaii, is a popular food fish that can accumulate naturally occurring ciguatera toxin by eating certain types of reef fish.
To understand shrimp feeding behavior, the Oceanic Institute investigated feed delivery systems and responses to experimental diets.
There is limited information on the quality characteristics and performance of shrimp grow-out diets manufactured in the United States.
Physical and chemical processes, along with the biological and economic components of shrimp production in zero-exchange culture, require models for analysis.