José Antonio Camposano, executive president of Ecuador’s national chamber of aquaculture (CNA), provides the country’s latest shrimp production figures, thoughts on sustainability and reflections on the chamber’s new partnership with The Fish Site.
Novel means of improving shrimp health – including the use of alternative feed ingredients – are due to be the subject of a short, free webinar taking place on 10 November.
Organised by The Fish Site and Calysta, the event has been inspired by trials …
Catfishes have surpassed tilapia in global aquaculture production and – helped in part by the sheer number of their species and their extensive geographical range – they are set to remain at the top table.
As shrimp producers across the globe face more extreme weather events due to climate change, the Alune* farming experts give their advice on how farmers can prepare for the rainy season and keep their ponds healthy.
Devices that produce nanobubbles are becoming increasingly popular in a range of aquaculture operations, with a growing number of studies supporting their value – both in improving production and in reducing the environmental impact of the industry.
The aquaculture industry must continue in its quest to become more sustainable, with greater use of seaweeds in aquafeeds and production of herbivorous fish among two of the most promising avenues to achieve this.
After graduating with a degree in natural resource management, Emmanuel Dery started the first fish farm in Ghana’s Northern and Upper Regions, with the support of the Canada International Development Agency (CIDA).
Jack James, founder and CEO of Pontus Research*, talks about his company’s new Singapore operation, the challenges of founding a business, and how the aquaculture sector can help to revitalise post-industrial Wales.
As tilapia production intensifies, fish health challenges are evolving — but so is fish health management. Find out how vaccines and other techniques are helping Brazil’s tilapia producers stay competitive and sustainable.