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Shrimp Farming Training Courses : Vannamei101.com

Shrimp Farming Training Courses : Vannamei101.com | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

First and foremost, we specialize in P. vannamei hatchery and broodstock multiplication and breeding technology. The techniques and management strategies that we offer (and apply in our own commercial hatcheries) are essentially a blend of the best techniques taken from the west (the Americas) and the east (Asia). These techniques, feeds, treatment protocols, and tips will be taught in all of our technical service and joint venture projects.

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Vannamei101 offer regular 5-day hands-on courses in shrimp farming from their base in Thailand - follow the link for more information.

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FAO - News Article: Overcoming smallholder challenges with biotechnology

FAO - News Article: Overcoming smallholder challenges with biotechnology | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

29 October 2013, Rome – A new FAO publication calls for greater national and international efforts to bring agricultural biotechnologies to smallholder producers in developing countries.
The publication, Biotechnologies at Work for Smallholders: Case Studies from Developing Countries in Crops, Livestock and Fish, asserts biotechnologies can help smallholders to improve their livelihoods and food security.
Biotechnologies at Work for Smallholders covers 19 case studies in crops, livestock and fisheries, written by scientists and researchers worldwide. It describes the practical realities and experiences of taking biotechnology research and applying it in smallholder production of bananas, cassava, rice, livestock, shrimp and more, in different parts of the developing world


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