An app designed to help aquaculture operators in the Philippines with their feeding regimes, fish health and to connect with suppliers, is being well received by the country’s farmers.
Several aquaculture initiatives aim to reverse the decline of the Totoaba, a fish species that is only found in Mexican waters and has nearly been fished to extinction.
Thierry Chopin, who coined the term integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) 17 years ago, explains why the concept is finally taking root
Wild broodstock are still widely collected – both for aquaculture and for restocking purposes – but ensuring the health and welfare of these mature finfish requires careful capture and transport procedures.
In Japan, eating poisonous puffer fish (fugu) has been likened to thrill-seeking – so will a non-toxic, farmed version catch on?