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Study tests autogenous vaccine to protect Nile tilapia

A bacterium known as Lactococcus garvieae has been wreaking havoc on the relatively young, but fast-growing tilapia aquaculture in Zambia.

Deadly virus infects Taiwanese shrimp, crayfish crops

A new virus is spreading across shrimp and crayfish farms in Taiwan. Out of the 30 farms so far tested by authorities, at least 16 have been found to be infected by a virus known as decapod iridescent virus 1.
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Seeding the future of oyster farming in the U.S.

In an environment eager for good news, the announcement of a strong spring spawn and “really healthy larvae moving through the hatchery” at Hoopers Island Oyster Co. lifted spirits along the U.S. Eastern Seaboard after a year when persistent rainfall and low salinity had doused them. » Read more

Dutch study investigates cost of microalgae production in hatcheries

The cost of microalgae production in aquaculture hatcheries could be minimized and production volume maximized by optimizing temperature and light conditions, according to a new study from the Netherlands. » Read more
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