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New California law to boost efforts of white seabass hatchery

A legislation passed in August 2020 by the California state legislature in the U.S. is expected to make key contributions to a white seabass hatchery program in Carlsbad.

Scotland hatchery’s waste recycling process earns recognition

Scottish Sea Farms’ pioneering work to recycle hatchery waste into nutrient-rich agricultural fertilizer has been recognised with a VIBES Scottish Environment Business Award.
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New Zealand hatchery

New Zealand hatchery stocking program strengthens trout fishery in local streams

In New Zealand, salmon and trout aren’t native species. Wild populations arose from intensive stocking programmes and more than 100 years of management by 24 acclimatisation societies and what was known as the Central North Island Wildlife Conservancy. The early societies operated trout hatcheries to stock streams, rivers and lakes. » Read more
Tilapia growth rate

Tilapia growth rate no impact on major pathogens resistance: study

Growth rate does not contribute to the resistance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) to S. iniae and S. agalactiae capsular type Ib, according to the team that pioneered studies that evaluated Nile tilapia families for resistance to these pathogens. » Read more
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LAQUA 2020

March 22 - March 25, 2021
Virtual Event
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Aquaculture Europe 2020

April 12 - April 15, 2021
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2021 Global Seafood Market Conference

May 23 - May 28, 2021
Coronado, California
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