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MAGAZINE: AQUA CULTURE Asia Pacific - September / October 2014

MAGAZINE: AQUA CULTURE Asia Pacific - September / October 2014 | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it

Contents:

 

- Back to basics & a sustainable shrimp farming business 

 

- Reducing parasitism in Nile tilapia 

 

- Shaping India’s aquaculture 

 

- Marketing Philippine vannamei shrimp - TARS 2014, moving industry forward 

 

View issue for free: http://aquaasiapac.com/emagazine/issue_09102014/index.html ;

 

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MAGAZINE: Asian Aquaculture "The Practice" - July / September - Volume 4, Issue 14

MAGAZINE: Asian Aquaculture "The Practice" - July / September - Volume 4, Issue 14 | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it

Asian Aquaculture ‘The Practical’ Magazine

Connecting Aquaculture Professionals

 

Asian Aquaculture ‘The Practical’ is a quarterly magazine published by Asian Aquaculture Network (AAN). E-magazine is available free online at your convenience to view, download and print. Becoming a member of AAN, 4 annual printed copy of ‘The Practical’ will be delivered to your home.

 

Asian Aquaculture ‘The Practical’ magazine is one of our roads to reach our goal. As stated in the mission of AAN that we are aiming to help aquaculturists and farmers operate a profitable and environmentally sound business in order to sustainably feed the world affordable aquaculturists, farmers, and interested parties.

 

Every issue of ‘The Practical’ includes different topics focusing on practical aquaculture knowledge written by aquaculture experts from many countries in Asia. Moreover, updated aquaculture news including Events Calendar is provided in ‘The Practical’. Furthermore, we will keep you updated on the information of new technology and innovations, so you will not miss out the new trends.

 

“The Practical” is available free online.


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Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponic Short course in Newcastle NSW on the 21st and 22nd of September 2013.”

Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponic Short course in Newcastle NSW on the 21st and 22nd of September 2013.” | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it
The NSW Aquacutlure Association in collaboration with NSW Fisheries and sponored by Pentair Aquatic Ecosystems are holding a two day Recirculating Aquaculture and Aquaponic Short course in Newcastle NSW on the 21st and 22nd of September 2013.

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Why Flow Rates Are Critical in Aquaculture Systems | Earthan Group Pty Ltd

Why Flow Rates Are Critical in Aquaculture Systems | Earthan Group Pty Ltd | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it
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Sustainable prawn feed; Florida considers more oyster farms; spherical cage company plans to expand

Sustainable prawn feed; Florida considers more oyster farms; spherical cage company plans to expand | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it

After a decade of research, the CSIRO scientists have perfected the Novacq™ prawn feed additive. Farmed prawns fed with Novacq grow on average 30 percent faster, are healthier and can be produced with no fish products in their diet, a world-first achievement in sustainability, according to CSIRO.  


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Aquaculture Myths - Shrimp or Prawn

Aquaculture Myths - Shrimp or Prawn | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it

When is a shrimp not a shrimp? The name “shrimp” refers to a lot of different species. Some are caught in waters around the Arctic while others grow in rivers and lakes in Asia and South America. UK menus are more likely to describe prawns while in the States it’s the opposite.When is a shrimp a prawn? It is confusing depending on who you ask., even in terms of legislation We eat cold and warm water shrimp that may be either wild or farmed and there are a variety of different prawn/shrimp species that are farmed. There are several accepted names when from different different places, often chosen on attractiveness, would you rather eat a “Giant Tiger Prawn” or Penaeus monodon? There are some moves to standardise fish names so customers know exactly what they are eating, but this needs to be become more commonplace. SEAT uses the FAO recommendation to refer to shrimp as species mainly grown in salt water and prawns those which are mainly cultured in freshwater.


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The confusing Shrimp or Prawn terminology still prevails...

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Supply crunch to blame for soaring shrimp prices | Aquaculture Directory

Supply crunch to blame for soaring shrimp prices | Aquaculture Directory | Aquaculture Finance, New Business and Investors | Scoop.it
In just a month global shrimp prices have escalated to almost US$9 (€6.774) a kilo due to the production drop of this crustacean production in several Asian countries caused by the early mortality syndrome (EMS) spread in aquaculture farms.

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