What a success the APA13 in Saigon, Vietnam, is proving to be! Exhibition visitors and conference delegates were arriving from 07:30 this morning to make an early start on hearing presentations and queueing for the exhibition.
Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2013 was under construction today with the exhibition hall full of workers. There is a steady flow of exhibitors registering and equipment being brought onto the exhibition floor in Saigon's new Exhibition and Conference Centre some seven kilometres from downtown.
Now a bench mark for overseas companies breaking in to the country, the Shanghai International Fisheries & Seafood Exposition (SIFSE) has been held successfully for 8 years, securing its place as a leading trade platform for domestic suppliers to meet international buyers.
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) has planned to request the Central government to declare horseshoe crab habitats in the country as ecologically sensitive. The ZSI Director, K. Venkataraman, told ...
Active Communication International's (ACI) 3rd annual European Algae Biomass Conference will once again bring together senior executives from industry and academia to discuss the latest commercial and technical developments, challenges and research breakthroughs throughout the entire algae value chain.
The second day of APA13 ended as noisily as it started with a President's Reception - of drinks and buffet dinner - which included awards, appointments and entertainment from a traditional Vietnamese band along with dancers.
The Ghana Aquaculture Association (GAA) has called on the government to stop fish imports into the country following a negative impact on local production. According to GAA members, despite the high demand for tilapia, local farmers were facing huge challenges selling their fish as a result of the importation.
Understanding ammonia and controlling it is critical in aquaculture systems. If allowed to accumulate, ammonia is toxic to fish and can be detrimental to any fish production system. Once ammonia reaches toxic levels, fish are incapable of extracting needed energy from their feed.
With over 12000 participating companies in more than 67 countries, GMP+ International is a leading global player in the market of feed safety assurance certification. A GMP+ certificate provides an additional qualitative guarantee for every entrepreneur dealing with the international feed industry.
Conducting research into sustainable aquaculture, the staff at the Freshwater Institute hatch salmon eggs and grow the salmon to harvest size. The fish are sold to a West Coast seafood marketer who ships them to restaurants in Toronto and British Columbia.
Nathan Atkinson, MSc Sustainable Aquaculture Systems student, Fish Nutrition and Aquaculture Health Group, Plymouth University, United Kingdom discusses the potential of microalgae meals in compound feeds for aquaculture.