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eFishery announces completion of commercial pilot in India

Indonesian aquaculture tech company, eFishery has announced the completion of its commercial pilot in India. eFishery works on providing advanced solutions within the aquaculture ecosystem for fish and shrimp farmers. The pilot project started in March, acquiring over 1,000 acres of ponds under contract and distributing more than 3,000 metric tons of feed.

Nofima research uses selective breeding for enhanced growth in microalgae

Nofima scientists have found that selective breeding of microalgae can make them grow faster and increase their omega-3.  To grow, algae require light, temperature and nutrients but growth is also affected by algae genes. Therefore, scientists tested whether it is possible to breed microalgae like farmed fish. When crossing individuals or genera that produce high yields, the next generation produces higher yields than the previous one, and so on.

Featured Story 

Focus on diet to improve performance indicators in African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings and juveniles

Fast growth rate, threshold for extremely high stocking density, tolerance for the environment and a ready market are just some of the strengths of culturing African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Fully tapping the market potential, however, is stymied at the grassroot level, including insufficient availability of fingerlings and mortality rates. Many researches focus on diet to improve performance indicators. » Read More...
Hatchery 101 

Hatchery 101 continues for 2024

As climate change continues to intensify, concrete solutions for the industry to adapt become more urgent. Hatchery 101 on sustainability continues with 2024 dates to tackle important issues faced in the fisheries and aquaculture industries around the world. » Read More...

Hatchery 101: Waste management

In order to protect the natural resources that drive hatchery production, hatcheries must implement clear and conscious waste management protocols. Host Ben Normand continues Hatchery International‘s four-part series on sustainability with a panel of experts who can share best practices that ensure the future health of the environment. » Read More...



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