Comment – Page 6

  • ?High Hopes for New Rainbow Trout Vaccine
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    High hopes for new rainbow trout vaccine

    2020-02-05T10:19:00Z

    Significant steps are being taken in Scotland to develop a commercial vaccine for rainbow trout fry syndrome (RTFS)

  • Raising the swell
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    Raising the swell

    2020-02-05T10:15:00Z

    EU aquaculture production is at record levels, but the sector still has plenty of ground to cover before it comes close to meeting the demands of the market

  • Seafood assurance in the global supply chain?
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    Seafood assurance in the global supply chain

    2020-01-03T07:30:00Z

    ?Polly Burns, Fisheries and Aquaculture Operations Manager, Customised Assurance at Lloyd’s Register, outlines the value of seafood assurance and its critical role in maintaining quality and mitigating the environmental impacts of fishing and aquaculture.

  • Is RAS ready to shine?
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    Is RAS ready to shine?

    2020-01-02T07:30:00Z

    A new report analysing the ever-increasing investment in recirculating aquaculture systems points to these technologies disrupting the salmon sector within the next decade

  • Microalgae: Sustainable Aquaculture to Feed The World
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    Sustainable aquaculture to feed the world

    2019-12-28T10:52:00Z

    Microalgae-based feeds could avoid depleting the wild fish that farmed seafood consumes, steering aquaculture in a new direction

  • Russian Aquaculture, back on track
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    Russian Aquaculture, back on track

    2019-12-03T14:39:00Z

    Russian fish farming company Russian Aquaculture is back on its feet after a series of devastating salmon louse outbreaks nearly wrecked its salmon business in 2015

  • Pioneering Tech to Improve Artemia Production
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    Pioneering tech to improve Artemia production

    2019-11-27T09:59:00Z

    INVE Aquaculture’s latest technologies aim to further improve the production of Artemia cysts and maintain product quality

  • The clock is ticking on subsidy action
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    The clock is ticking on subsidy action

    2019-11-26T15:27:00Z

    A new scientific study detailing the continued escalation of ‘harmful’ fisheries subsidies has cranked up the pressure on world leaders to deliver reform, writes Jason Holland

  • Red shrimp producers expect market recovery
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    ?Argentine red shrimp producers expect to see market recovery

    2019-11-26T15:24:00Z

    After two years of heavy production, the international markets for Argentine red shrimp now seem to be overloaded and the prices are continually going down, reports Eduardo Campos Lima.

  • Aquaculture’s time is now
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    Aquaculture’s time is now

    2019-11-20T11:05:00Z

    Fish farming can thrive in this new age of tech disruption

  • Sulphide Levels: Better Monitoring
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    Sulphide levels: Better monitoring

    2019-11-20T10:57:00Z

    An environmental monitoring tool that measures sulphide levels in sediment is expected to show great promise on Scottish fish farms

  • Crossing borders
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    Crossing borders

    2019-09-07T07:00:00Z

    While EU seafood exports are in the ascendance, the growing appetite for seafood among European consumers continues to elevate the importance of imported products

  • Salmon Aquaculture: cleaning up the sea lice
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    Salmon aquaculture: Cleaning up the sea lice

    2019-08-28T07:30:00Z

    With sea lice still a significant problem for salmon farmers, aquaculture equipment supplier JT Electric’s integrated lumpfish feed system could offer an answer

  • New delousing barges a step forward for aquaculture
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    New delousing barges a step forward

    2019-08-27T11:33:00Z

    The growing aquaculture sector is facing a range of environmental and operational challenges. In order to ensure an efficient and sustainable industry, on-the-water solutions for fish farms are now drawing increasing attention

  • Seafood’s changing tide
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    Seafood’s changing tide

    2019-08-14T07:00:00Z

    While the global seafood trade is expected to continue to grow, recent analysis points to shifts in the market dynamics

  • Predicting Temperature, Salinity and More
    News

    Predicting temperature, salinity and more

    2019-08-09T07:12:00Z

    A new computer model is giving aquaculture a lifeline as it seeks to adapt to ever-changing undersea conditions.

  • Portal Sheds Light on Norwegian Salmon Farming
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    Portal sheds light on Norwegian salmon farming

    2019-08-08T14:42:00Z

    The impacts of salmon farming – on land and at sea – are being highlighted thanks to a new sustainability web portal in Norway

  • Lake Victoria conservation efforts
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    Lake Victoria conservation efforts

    2019-08-07T14:10:00Z

    There is nothing unusual about high levels of resentment among fishermen in developing countries, directed at the law enforcement authorities that make efforts to prevent the use of illegal and non-selective fishing gears, reports Lilian Elekwachi.

  • Beyond Brexit
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    Beyond Brexit

    2019-05-14T07:00:00Z

    Despite all the current uncertainty about how Britain and the EU will part ways, the UK’s seafood sector should still seek pathways to future market growth

  • Currency hedging is the key to a plain sailing future
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    Currency hedging is key to plain sailing

    2019-04-30T07:00:00Z

    As the UK prepares to leave the EU, Lee McDarby, Director of Corporate FX at moneycorp explains why the fishing community should have a plan around currency exposure.