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Taylor Power Systems Launches New Standby Generator Focused on the Aquaculture Industry

July 24, 2020
Taylor Power Systems recently launched a new standby generator to meet the requirements of the fish farming industry. Catfish farming in the state of Mississippi, and overall in the south, is a vital part of the agriculture landscape. Information source:...
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Lallemand adds new talents in OMICS technologies and bioinformatics to cover microbiota research

July 17, 2020
Recently, new people have joined the Lallemand Animal Nutrition Centers of Excellence teams, adding talent to ruminant, forage and monogastric fields. Information source: Lallemand / news release Emmanuelle Apper, Ph.D., Manager of the Centers of Excellence,  commented: “With this team,...
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Tech British entrepreneurs invest in Ace Aquatec

July 17, 2020
Scottish technology entrepreneurs, and co-founders of 4J Studios, Chris van der Kuyl and Paddy Burns have invested in Ace Aquatec! Information source: Ace Aquatec News Paddy and Chris have spent the past fifteen years building 4J Studios into one of the UK’s...
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Aquaculture can contribute to a post-COVID sustainable ocean economy for Hawaii

July 17, 2020
The impact of COVID-19 is leading localities around the world to rethink their economies. With a record-high 39.4% of the workforce unemployed, Hawaii is no different. Written by: Alexia Akbay / civilbeat.org As a global pandemic dries up tourist dollars and a...
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Mowi leaves Global Salmon Initiative

July 17, 2020
The Global Salmon Initiative (GSI), the “leadership initiative” which represents around 50 percent of the global farmed salmon sector may have to do a recount as Mowi has walked away from the organisation. Written by: editorial staff / SalmonBusiness.com There...
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eDNA applications will support advancements for Canadian Aquaculture

July 17, 2020
eDNA, defined as any trace or fragment of DNA released from an organism into the environment, is proving to be an attractive tool in exploring and studying Earth’s biodiversity due to its noninvasive approach and relatively lower cost for sample...
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Tilapia fish farms casting wider nets in Fiji

July 16, 2020
Ensuring Food security in the midst of COVID-19 has become a priority across the Pacific, with limited imports increasing the demand for local staples. However, the instinct for survival and self-sufficiency is resulting in a growing number of individuals looking...
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Aquaponics promises food security in a changing climate, but a bigger production is needed

July 16, 2020
Aquaponics is regarded as a future technology in the field of nutrition. It enables the breeding of fish and the cultivation of crops in the controlled environment of a greenhouse. This can promise food security at a time when climate...
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Gambia: 2 Fish Feed Mills and new Aquaculture Facility Inaugurated

July 16, 2020
The government of The Gambia, through the Ministry of Fisheries, Water Resources and National Assembly Matters, with funding from United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Tuesday, 7 July and Wednesday 8 July inaugurated fish feed mills and aquaculture...
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