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Participation in Forum on June 14, 2017
Thank you both for your comments. For information on the probiotics mentioned in the article, please contact us at info@inveaquaculture.com. Best regards, Olivier
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Article published the June 9, 2017
The efficacy of Bacillus probiotics in disease prevention and increasing yields. Bangladesh has about 5 million ha of inland water resources such as rivers, estuaries, natural and manmade reservoirs, ponds and floodplains. The major species cultured are Indian and Chinese carps, tilapia and pangasius. However, in recent years, tilapia production has increased and expanded faster than carps and pa ...
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Participation in Forum on April 8, 2017
Thank you very much for your comments and the description of your system. We have experience dealing with nursery systems with both vannamei and monodon. I would be interested in discussing it further. Regards,Olivier
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Article published the March 29, 2017
There is a need to increase biosecurity measures in the shrimp aquaculture industry as part of the 'new normal'. It is not a secret that the shrimp industry in many countries has suffered considerable economic losses due to a number of different shrimp diseases including the acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND). According to OIE, AHPND has been officially reported in China (2010), Vietn ...
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Participation in Forum on March 13, 2017
Hello Igor. Can you tell me more about the project? here a publication on culture of P. monodon in floating cage:https://www.researchgate.net/publication /304656912_Experimental_culture_of_black_tiger_shrimp_ Penaeus_monodon_Fabricius_1798_in_open_sea_floating_cage
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Participation in Forum on May 5, 2016
Hello. Thank you for your message. You may find some interesting info in the following publications:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228051497_Rearing_of _Penaeus_monodon_Fabricius_postlarvae_in_floating_cages_at_different _stocking_densitieshttp://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2008/publication-4363.pdf
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Article published the January 22, 2016
Beneficial effects include higher survival and histological signs of hepatopancreas regeneration. Early mortality syndrome (EMS) is a result of poor management practices in shrimp farming in Vietnam and several other countries. Here a combination of adverse factors in nutrition, biosecurity, host physiology, and especially microbial management leads to a situation where opportunistic pathogens su ...
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Participation in Forum on November 28, 2015
Dear Mr Venki, Thank you for your interest. Please contact me at o.decamp@inveaquaculture.com and I will be happy to share more information on our products. Regards, Olivier Decamp
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Article published the October 28, 2015
The ongoing outbreak of early mortality syndrome/acute hepatopancreatic necrosis (EMS/AHPN) has had dramatic impacts on shrimp producers in affected countries in Asia and Mexico. Following reports of the disease being associated with broodstock management – for example, through the use of contaminated polychaetes – there has been a renewed focus on larval quality. Investing in quality ...
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Article published the October 28, 2015
The Aquaculture Experience Farm in Java operated a hybrid system, based on a careful balance between autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms which gave average outputs of 20 tonnes/ha in early 2013. High water exchange is standard practice to maintain suitable water quality in intensive shrimp production systems. However, environmental and biosecurity issues led farmers to develop methods relying ...
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He received his Ph.D. in Zoology from The Natural History Museum, London, and the University of Leicester (UK) in 1996, with focus on wastewater microbiology. After spending 4 years in Japan, as a Postdoctoral Scientist in marine microbiology, he joined the aquaculture nutrition team at the Oceanic Institute in Hawaii, where he carried out work on microbial dynamics in zero exchange shrimp systems. In 2002, Decamp joined INVE Aquaculture, as an R&D scientist, where he was responsible for research and product development in aquaculture health. Since 2008, he is based in Bangkok and works as Pro
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