India es el segundo mayor productor de peces de agua dulce cultivados, con potencial para un mayor desarrollo a medida que se adoptan nuevas especies y sistemas de producción.
India is the second-largest producer of farmed freshwater fish with potential for further development as new species and production systems are adopted.
La influencia de los antibióticos en los peces y sus efectos en el microbioma intestinal no se comprende bien, según un equipo de investigación que analiza la resistencia a los antimicrobianos.
The influence of antibiotics in fish and their effects on the gut microbiome aren’t well understood, says research team examining antimicrobial resistance.
The U.S. Soybean Export Council’s farm demonstrations, farmer education efforts and formulated feeds are boosting tilapia production in rural areas of Myanmar, where indigenous carp are more commonly raised.
The aquaculture industry in Brazil is moving toward further expansion with the support of the federal government. A key strategy of the More Fishing and Aquaculture plan is the development of aquaculture in federal waters. The plan promotes sustainable development
With its large quantities of water and little industry to pollute it, Guyana has the potential to become a greater player in global aquaculture.
Study in Peru that evaluated three food sources for larval pacu shows that water fleas appear to be a cost-effective substitute for artemia.