Sustainability Shrimp Farming
The aim of this community is to provide intelligent fisheries production and make the world a better place through healthier, more ecological, and tastier shrimp products.
As a project milestone, we began to share access to information about knowledge related to the shrimp farming industry on the community platform. We are grateful to see positive responses and enthusiasm from members and will continue to contribute to the community with various empowerment initiatives.
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As more people become aware of the importance of sustainability, consumers in key shrimp importing areas – such as Europe, North America, and Japan – want to know more about the aquaculture products they buy. Eco-certification and eco-labeling have emerged as ways to provide customers with that information. During the pandemic, one of the things …
Effluent from shrimp ponds can have a significant impact on the natural environment and neighboring shrimp farms, but there are several ways to reduce this impact, for the good of both the farmers and their surrounding areas. The shrimp aquaculture industry has grown rapidly in developing countries in the last decades, in particular in Asia …
The shrimp industry is one of the dominant consumers of fishmeal in the aquaculture sector and to meet the demand for a growing industry in the face of a finite supply of marine ingredients, feed manufacturers have decreased the inclusion of fishmeal in most commercial diets. Mainly driven by economic incentives, aquafeed is shifting to …
Proof that aquaculture can have positive impacts within Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) is offered by a collection of case studies by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The NGO is in the process of publishing a series of studies that examine how aquaculture initiatives can share conservation objectives with the community while …
Integrated mangrove-shrimp (IMS) farming is a sustainable farming system used as one of the measures for mangrove rehabilitation and can be described as a method of organic aquaculture. Silvoaquaculture or silvofisheries are also terms used to define this farming practice where mangrove trees are planted alongside shrimp ponds allowing for profitable net income from shrimp …
Phytoplankton can be a dilemma in aquaculture. Properly managed populations can be very beneficial (“friend”) to aquaculture production systems, but if inadequately managed, they can proliferate out of control and can have significant negative effects (“foe”). Many species of phytoplankton that are beneficial in shrimp and fish farming in terms of nutrition and removal of …