The Aquaculture Innovation Challenge, a contest organized by Netherlands-based Seafood Trade Intelligence Portal, sought to give Indonesia’s struggling shrimp sector a boost.
A group of NGOs and businesses is developing tools and interfaces aimed at helping farmers reduce disease outbreaks both individually and at the area level.
The Aquaculture Innovation Challenge finds sustainable innovations and helps developers gain access to the knowledge, networks and capital needed to grow.
Media coverage fuels negative perceptions of farmed shrimp among Europeans. A paper – similar to one on pangasius consumption four years ago – finds the sector is doing too little to rectify ill-founded notions.
This study evaluated through in vitro analyses the antimicrobial effectiveness of natural products used for P. vannamei bacterial diseases and antibiotics against pathogenic Vibrio strains circulating in Ecuadorian hatcheries.
Un estudio demuestra una fuerte asociación entre el Síndrome de las Heces Blancas y Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei en regiones endémicas de EHP. Las estrategias de bioseguridad pueden minimizar el riesgo de propagación de patógenos en las Américas.
Study demonstrates strong association between White Feces Syndrome and Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei in EHP-endemic regions. Biosecurity strategies can minimize the risk of pathogen’s spread in the Americas.
Fish-free diets are suitable for shrimp production and can generate high-quality product. Consumer preferences for the flavor of shrimp and texture attributes need exploration.
The Shrimp Forum returned to SENA with insights into innovations in production, the threat of antimicrobial resistance, a unified marketing approach and a forecast from India.