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<center>RAStech 2019 is 50% sold and early bird rate <br>is closing soon! Register today. </center>

RAStech 2019 is 50% sold and early bird rate
is closing soon! Register today.

Featured Session
Freshwater Institute Research Update: A Holistic Approach to Fish Production in RAS

Chair: John Davidson

RAS operations must employ personnel with wide-ranging expertise and must utilize effective technologies that support a range of processes including: fish production, water treatment, water chemistry, waste treatment, harvesting/processing, and more. As such, The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute (FI) research team works comprehensively across a range of scientific disciplines to provide practical information to RAS fish farmers and stakeholders. Their research scope includes: RAS engineering and technology, fish health and biological performance, development of standard operating procedures and fish husbandry techniques, optimization of fish culture environment through water chemistry analytics, aquafeeds research, innovative wastewater treatment, and at the end of the cycle - fillet and product quality research. This session will cover the wide spectrum of important RAS topics currently being investigated by the Freshwater Institute team.

RAStech 2019 program topics include:
  • RAS engineering innovations
  • Aquaponics
  • Energy management in RAS
  • Rearing marine species and shrimp cultures in RAS
  • Feeding, health and disease management in RAS

  • With two full days of learning and networking, RAStech 2019 is one international aquaculture conference you cannot miss. Save big on hotel and registration by signing up before the early bird deadline of March 8th.


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