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Weekly Overview: Sustainable Fish Feed Developed in the US - TheFishSite.com

Weekly Overview: Sustainable Fish Feed Developed in the US - TheFishSite.com | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
TheFishSite.com Weekly Overview: Sustainable Fish Feed Developed in the US TheFishSite.com ANALYSIS - In the drive to create a more sustainable aquaculture industry, more and more research is looking into alternative fish feeds which do not rely on...

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Niharranjan Chattopadhyay's comment, August 15, 2013 5:05 AM
we are interested in participating in such interesting programme
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Report: Seafood improves kids' diet quality - SeafoodSource.com

Report: Seafood improves kids' diet quality - SeafoodSource.com | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
According to an annual statistical report from the U.S. government, swapping seafood for some meat and poultry can improve the diet quality of children and adolescents.
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Mexico - Chiapas aims to produce 60pc of Mexican tilapia

Mexico - Chiapas aims to produce 60pc of Mexican tilapia | Aquaculture | Scoop.it

The governor of Chiapas, Manuel Velasco Coello, announced the Expansion Plan that includes the launch of Malpaso Aquaculture Park project, as part of the government’s efforts to achieve the target of 60 per cent of the national tilapia production.

Velasco Coello expressed these statements at Acuagranjas Dos Lagos SA de CV facilities, where he explained that the Plan provides for profits amounting to MXN 60 million (USD 4.7 million) per month and the generation of over 3,500 direct jobs and over 1,000 indirect ones.

Aquaculture Park Malpaso for the next five years is considering foreign investments of more than USD 30 million to produce 70,000 tonnes of tilapia per year


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AAAS 2013 Annual Meeting News: 'Can Fish Farms Feed the World?' | Bell Aquaculture

AAAS 2013 Annual Meeting News: 'Can Fish Farms Feed the World?' | Bell Aquaculture | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
A photo of Bell Aquaculture's use of land-based/closed-containment/water recirculation systems is the featured visual in the article, 'Can Fish Farms Feed the World?'.

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Aquaculture's contribution to economy - Zambia Daily Mail

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Aquaculture's contribution to economy
Zambia Daily Mail
According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms, including fish, mollusks, crustaceans and aquatic plants.
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Aquaculture: What's next in Delaware? - The News Journal

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Aquaculture: What's next in Delaware?
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Now it's up to the state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to figure it out and get the program implemented in the final coastal state to implement shellfish aquaculture.
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Indiana's aquaculture industry growing - The Republic

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Report: Indiana's aquaculture industry growing The Republic WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — A new report says the size of Indiana's fledgling aquaculture industry has more than doubled in the past seven years with the state now boasting about 50 farms...

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Virginia Fish farms poised for growth

Virginia Fish farms poised for growth | Aquaculture | Scoop.it

Virginia fish farmers are well-positioned to take advantage of the shift, according to local experts.

“Aquaculture is one of the fastest-growing areas of agriculture in Virginia, and the reason is that we have a consumer that wants a high-quality product,” said Brian Nerrie, an assistant professor at Virginia State University and a Virginia Cooperative Extension aquaculture specialist. “There’s nothing better than a locally produced, easily harvestable product that’s ready for the consumer.”

There are plenty of fish farmers to testify to that. Dolce Vita farm owner Kerrie Gianotti of sells rainbow trout at the Petersburg farmers’ market and said he’s hooked.


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Sustainable Ancient Aquaculture – News Watch

Sustainable Ancient Aquaculture – News Watch | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
Phrases like “lessons from the past” or “learning from ancient history” are apt to make our eyes glaze over, and we flash to memories of boring history classes or droning TV documentaries. But in the case of aquaculture, a little ...
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2013 - Florida Aquaculture Sales Top $69 Million in 2012

2013 - Florida Aquaculture Sales Top $69 Million in 2012 | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
July 9, 2013. Tallahassee, FL – The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer services announced today the 2012 Florida aquaculture survey showed $69 million of aquaculture sales in the state last year.
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Land-based aquaculture coming to eastern Canada

Land-based aquaculture coming to eastern Canada | Aquaculture | Scoop.it
The next "wave" of aquaculture development is coming to eastern Canada, as Burlington (Hants County, Nova Scotia)-based Sustainable Blue announced last week that they will be re-configuring their t...

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