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September 6, 2019

Indian authority sells silver pompano seeds to local farmers

In an effort to provide more fish seed varieties to fish farmers and aquaculturists, India’s Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) has started the sale of silver pompano seeds from its Multi-species Aquaculture Complex in Vallarpadam, based in Kochi, Kerala state.

Jack Brooks Hatchery construction on track

The construction of the $1-million Jack Brooks Hatchery on the Charters River in British Columbia continues, with the main structure expected to be completed this September.

Chinese study investigates lysolecithin on juvenile turbot diet

Lysolecithin, also called lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC), can decrease the dietary lipid requirements of turbot and also increase its weight gain rate and specific growth rate, according to a new study from China.

Hatching the future for aquaculture

Meaningful progress in operational efficiencies and technologies in the hatchery sector have contributed significantly to the overall growth of the aquaculture industry. Here’s a look at how far it has come. » Read more

20 years in perspective

Advances in the hatchery sector over the last 20 years have been significant and have hugely influenced parallel changes in the aquaculture industry overall. » Read more

Quarantine lifted at shrimp RAS hatchery

U.S. government officials have lifted a quarantine imposed on the La Coste, Texas shrimp hatchery of aquaculture company, NaturalShrimp Inc. » Read more

Aquaproducts starts RAS farm in Russia

An aquaculture project being billed as the first of its kind in Russia is expected to produce some 2,500 metric tons (MT) of Atlantic salmon and boost job prospects in the country by next year. » Read more