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Russian government regulator says more hatcheries needed after oil spill

At least three new hatcheries must be built in order to restore the environment in Norilsk, Russia, following a devastating large-scale oil spill earlier this year, said the Russian state agency for fisheries Rosrybolovstvo in a statement in early October.

NaturalShrimp to study fish health in RAS

Natural Shrimp will embark on a study of fish health in recirculating aquaculture systems, a move that signals the shrimp producer could be entering the fish market.

Salmon smolt producer touts back-to-basic, organic farming.

Today, Norway’s production is in excess of 1.2 million tonnes, making it the world’s largest farmed salmon producer. Ireland meanwhile has been relegated to the “others” category in rankings of the world’s top salmon producers by volume. Such is the environment that Irish salmon farmers like Gareth Murphy find themselves in. » Read more

Big breakthrough for small tanks

A Japanese study’s highest survival rate of 55 per cent bodes well for the larviculture of sea bream (Pagrus major) in small tanks. » Read more
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