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Two brilliant positives

August 1, 2021
By: The fishmonger *  Providing food for a growing global population within planetary ecological limits is a major challenge without naysayers and negativity, especially in these difficult pandemic days. So, with that background, it is essential we do not get...
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Testing, testing and more testing….

July 30, 2021
Tech Guru  By: Amy Stone *  No matter how well a system is designed or installed, there will always be times when water quality will have challenges. It is critical to be able to test the water to understand the...
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Sustainability: the challenge of aquaculture

July 30, 2021
Por: Salvador Meza * RAS systems that use renewable energies such as wind, solar, or geothermal are outlined to ensure aquaculture's environmental and financial sustainability. Not so much because of an increase in production per unit area, but because of...
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Responding to Customer Social Media Communications

July 30, 2021
By: Sarah Cornelisse * Effectively responding to communications is imperative for cultivating a positive consumer experience. Social media carries with it an expectation regarding responsiveness that you need to be aware of; however, in general, the quicker you respond, the...
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Applied Research Aims to Enable the Commercialization of Walleye for the Food Fish Industry

July 30, 2021
By: Greg Fischer and Emma Wiermaa * For over 15 years, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility (UWSP NADF) has experienced substantial success raising both walleye and hybrid walleye (saugeye) in indoor, intensive systems for research and...
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“The importance of modern aquaculture for food security” by Alltech

July 24, 2021
Modern aquaculture is changing and adapting rapidly. The sector is in its infancy compared to other areas of agriculture; however, this provides the opportunity to adjust quickly when necessary. Climate change is forcing the global food industry to find ways...
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Evonik expands NIR services for feed raw materials and feeds

July 24, 2021
With the implementation of the ISO 12099 standard for near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR), updated and expanded calibrations for feed raw materials and feeds, along with new functionalities in AMINONIR® Portable, Evonik now offers its customers in the feed industry an even...
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Predicting for disease resistance in aquaculture species using machine learning models

July 20, 2021
*By: Christos Palaiokostas, Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden * The ability to predict disease resistance using genomic information in aquaculture species has attracted considerable research efforts. In the current study, various Machine...
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The status of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, as a commercially ready species for U.S. marine aquaculture

July 20, 2021
By: Linnea K. Andersen, Jason Abernathy, David L. Berlinsky, Greg Bolton, Matthew M. Booker, Russell J. Borski, Travis Brown, David Cerino, Michael Ciaramella, Robert W. Clark, Michael O. Frinsko, S. Adam Fuller, Steve Gabel, Bartholomew W. Green, Eric Herbst, Ronald...
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