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Thermal manipulation induces milkfish spawning during off-season in the Philippines

Heated tanks hold the potential to ease the Philippines’ tight supply of locally-produced milkfish fry. As milkfish broodstock normally only spawn from March to October when the weather the water is warmer, thermal manipulation induces broodstock to spawn during November to February, when the cool weather would normally deter these from being productive.

Foods of Norway hits milestone in alternative feed ingredient production

Foods of Norway has hit a milestone, reaching a successful industrial scale-up of 1,600 kilograms of yeast produced from the sugars of Norwegian spruce trees. This specific type of yeast is a high-quality feed ingredient that can replace imported protein, and will be used in large-scale feeding trials with Atlantic salmon and pigs.

GenoMar Genetics Vietnam announces successful fingerling shipment from new production base

GenoMar Genetics Vietnam’s (GGV) new production base in the Tay Ninh province has reached an important milestone, with the successful first-time shipment of genetically-improved tilapia fingerlings to a customer in the Hai Duong province, located in northern Vietnam.
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Conquering oyster challenges

The Milford Laboratory, a world leader in aquaculture science, is the new home of a Cawthron Ultra Density Larval System (CUDLS) — the first in North America, which has been used to deal with one of the most vexing challenges of a shellfish selective breeding program: how to reliably produce a large number of shellfish families in a hatchery setting without breaking the bank. » Read more
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Arctic Fish takes first steps in large expansion project with two agreements

Arctic Fish’s subsidiary, Arctic Smolt, located in Iceland’s Westfjords, has entered into two separate agreements to pursue the expansion of its smolt facility at Nordur Botn in Tálknafjördur, Iceland. The project will have an estimated cost of €24 million (approx. CAD $35.7 million), making it one of the largest private investment projects in the Westfjords. » Learn more

Russian scientists develop a new oxygen saturation machine

A group of Russian scientists has designed a new oxygen saturation machine, which has recently passed field trials at several lakes in the Altai region. The new equipment is called to help breeding fish in the harsh northern conditions in Russia. » Learn more
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Reed Mariculture

RAS Roundtable Discussion

Sept. 14, 2021
Virtual Event
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8th World Fisheries Congress

Sept. 20-24, 2021
Adelaide, Australia
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Aquaculture Europe 2021

Oct. 4-7, 2021
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
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