28. Oct, 2018
Comparing biofloc, clear-water and hybrid RAS systems as shrimp nurseries
Monday, 8 October 2018
Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) can produce high-value species with limited water exchange rate, thus reducing waste discharge and enhancing biosecurity. Biofloc (BF) systems are a form of RAS with algae, protozoans, bacteria, uneaten feed, feces and other organic matter in the water column. Some limiting factors to biofloc systems include abrupt changes in water quality, potential Vibrio sp. outbreaks, buildup of solids, and high energy costs attributable to robust aeration. Consumption of biofloc particles may enhance growth performance of the cultured species and reduce feed costs over time.
14. Aug, 2018
Monday, 13 August 2018
Grain distillers dried yeast in practical diets for juvenile Pacific white shrimp
Inclusion of up to 300 grams per kilo will not compromise production performance
18. May, 2018
Saturday, 2 November 2013 Amir Sagi, Ph.D.
Monosex culture of prawns through temporal androgenic gene silencing
Sex-reversal technology does not use hormones or chemicals, does not produce genetically modified prawns