Tuesday , 27 July 2021
  • Long-running marine fish training offered online for the first time

    To surmount the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic, SEAFDEC/AQD migrated its Marine Fish Hatchery (MarFish) training course online and conducted a first session last 14–29 June 2021. …

  • Virtual library boosts access to aquaculture publications despite COVID-19

    SEAFDEC/AQD has given the public unrestricted access to over 1,800 publications, including full-text digitized books, extension manuals, conference proceedings, annual reports, and other materials authored by the organization’s scientists and researchers. …

  • Shrimp birthing center ends unnecessary abortions

      Back in 2018, eggs from infected shrimp spawners would be promptly chlorinated and disposed – all 200,000 to 1 million of them per brood – to quell notorious pathogens that continue to devastate shrimp farms worldwide to the tune of billions of dollars yearly. This was the practice at the SEAFDEC/AQD Tiger Shrimp Spawner/Broodstock … …

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Neglected leaves may revolutionize aquaculture

The leaves of the common talisay (Terminalia catappa), also known as the Indian or tropical almond tree, are rich in tannins and a host of organic compounds that condition the water and improve the survival and health of various aquatic species.

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