Grieg Seafood BC Ltd. entered in an agreement with Norway-based OptoScale to provide nine camera sensor units for its east and west coast locations in Vancouver Island, B.C. The units are said to provide real-time data regarding performance and growth of its salmon populations.» Read more
Consumer demand for salmon will outstrip supply in 2022, a scenario that will keep prices at well-above-average levels, according to RaboResearch. Global salmon supply is projected to grow by only 5 per cent in 2022, a rate that is considered “below demand growth and thus supportive to prices.”» Read more
Atlantic Cod: Bio-Ecology of the Fish offers insightful chapter coverage of cod nomenclature, taxonomy, phylogeny and morphology; physiology and ecophysiology; reproduction and spawning behavior; early life history and pre-recruitment processes; migrations, movements and stock identity; feeding, growth and energetics; the place of cod in the ecosystem; the exploitation of cod through history and present day commercial fisheries and precautionary management for sustainable fisheries; impacts of climate change on cod biology and ecology; and the future of the species and its fisheries.
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A bill introduced way back in 2018 to shore up US aquaculture has been re-introduced to the US Senate this past October. Over the past three years, the bill has seen multiple revisions, the latest being the addition in 2019 of a provision to create a National Standard for Aquaculture.» Read more
Under the agreement, Skretting will construct and finance a feed plant in Florida that will cater to Atlantic Sapphire’s salmon feed needs over a 10-year period. Feed is Atlantic Sapphire’s largest cost component.» Read more