Aquaculture News

News published on May 5, 2008:

Study shows salmon grow bigger with colder temperatures

A study carried out by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London has shown Atlantic salmon incubated at lower temperatures are longer, heavier and more muscular than those incubated at higher temperatures.Wi...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on April 30, 2008:

Vannamei shrimp may enter farms soon

Farming of the South American vannamei shrimp, which is cheaper to breed and which is claimed to be resistant to many common fish diseases, is likely to be allowed in India shortly.This is to counter the Chines...
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The Hindu
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News published on April 30, 2008:

CMFRI harvests crop from its maiden cage culture

Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI ) has harvested its first crop from the country’s maiden demonstration project for cage culture. Initial attempts by CMFRI last year did not prove successful. ...
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Commodity Online
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News published on April 30, 2008:

Salmon get training tips from football

What do juvenile salmon and Spanish football team Barcelona have in common? Both use intensive training to improve their form. The head coach is a Nofima scientist - and the training is healthy for fish too. In...
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Nofima
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News published on April 30, 2008:

Top prize for innovative aquaculture concept

A sustainable aquaculture concept has won first place in a University of Miami competition.Ronald Hoenig and Aaron Welch, both graduate students at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and A...
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Fish Farmer Magazine
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News published on April 30, 2008:

Pioneering Technology for Improved Food and Feed Safety

With global concern over food and feed safety at all all-time high, producers are looking for answers and ways to promote confidence in the quality and safety of their products. VICAM offers a full spectrum of ...
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News published on April 29, 2008:

Researching new aquaculture adventure

Farming of sea urchins is in the wind - and there are already several Norwegian sea urchin farmers. Over a period of many years, Nofima scientists have acquired knowledge that now makes sea urchin farming possi...
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Nofima
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News published on April 29, 2008:

Neptune strengthens hydroponics capacity

Neptune Industries, Inc. today announced the appointment of Gordon Creaser, an internationally renowned expert in hydroponics research and practice, as Vice President of HydroPonic Development and Operations. T...
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CNN Money
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News published on April 28, 2008:

Ganglioneuritis virus: Fears for future of abalone industry

There are fears a deadly shellfish virus could infect Tasmanian and South Australian waters within months.Tasmania's Abalone Council is supporting calls for a ban on human activity on stretches of the Victorian...
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ABC News Australia
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News published on April 25, 2008:

Discovery of world's first anti-microsporidian vaccine

A team of researchers at the University of Prince Edward Island's Atlantic Veterinary College has developed the world's first vaccine that is effective against a destructive microsporidian parasite of salmon."A...
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Market Wire
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