Aqua Farm News Volume 14(4-5) July - October 1996
This issue presents the shrimp production trends in Asia-Pacific, along with notes on the diseases devastating the industry and interviews with shrimp farmers in the Philippines. The options of shrimp farmers -- which are really quite limited and largely experimental - are discussed. These options include probiotics, the use of beta-glucans as immunostimulant, closed recycling systems. Farmers may also opt to farm other high-value species like grouper, mudcrab, or even milkfish to make use of the ponds they have invested quite a lot on. This issue also discusses Philippine government efforts to revive the shrimp industry, as well as AQD's R&D priorities for shrimp as worked out in various consultations with AQD's program partners and industry practitioners.
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A guide to small-scale marine finfish hatchery technology Sim, Sih-Yang; Rimmer, Michael A.; Toledo, Joebert D.; Sugama, Ketut; Rumengan, Inneke; Williams, Kevin; Phillips, Michael J. (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific, 2005)Recent improvements in hatchery production technology for high-value marine finfish species such as groupers have led to an increased interest in setting up hatcheries to produce fingerlings for aquaculture. Small-scale ...
A further note to “fishing gear for prawn and shrimp used in the Philippines today” Motoh, Hiroshi (Carcinological Society of Japan, 1983)Motoh (1980) reported 9 and 13 kinds of shrimping gear for the fry and the adult respectively, of which most of them are indigenously used today in the Philippines. Howerver, druing the continued ecological survey of ...
Asian shrimp situation Carreon-Lagoc, Julia; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1990)