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March 22, 2019

Sakhalin, Russia is getting a new hatchery

Russian company Salmo Plus has started building a new hatchery to produce Siberian salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) fry, the company said in a statement. With the overall investment cost of Rub380 million (US$6 million), the hatchery will be producing 73 million fry per year beginning in 2020.

Explore aquaponics at RAStech 2019

Join fellow industry professionals from across the globe in this exclusive session on aquaponics at the RAStech 2019 Conference being held in Washington, D.C., May 13–14.

Peruvian community to receive $2M funding boost for local trout farming

Singapore and Japan-based aquaculture technology company Umitron has been approved for a US$2 million project funding to improve aquaculture productivity in Lake Titicaca, Peru.

Feeding tilapia with pizzeria by-product

Nile tilapia reared in biofloc systems and fed with pizza by-product could provide economic benefits to farms, a study conducted in Brazil cited.
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Research counters assumption about hatchery, wild fish interactions

New research out of Oregon, U.S.A, has found no negative impacts on wild steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) populations from interactions with hatchery fish in the upper Clackamas River. » Read more

Brothers' sturgeon breeding venture pays off

Brothers Peter and Udo Gross have been farming sturgeon (Acipenseridae) at their Fischtucht Rhönforelle farm in central Germany for 29 years, working their way through an initial cost-only decade before settling into a pattern of progressive production that continues today. » Read more

RAStech 2019

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