- Philippines uses tobacco in aquaculture
philippine officials on january 19 said the country has launched a campaign to promote new cigarettes - not for smoking but for use in aquaculture.
- Unique hydroponic model of Vietnamese people in the US
after the bp oil spill, the vietnamese fishermen group in new orleans and the united states turned to developing aquaculture
and hydroponic models with unique water tanks.
- Prohibit the use of chicken manure as fish food
the ministry of fisheries has just issued directive 09, which requires increased monitoring of the supply of inputs to the aquaculture
process. accordingly, aquaculture
farmers are strictly prohibited from using unknown chicken manure and poultry products
- Cultivation of oysters for environmental treatment
in the philippines, during the mangrove friendly aquaculture
program (mangrove friendly aquaculture
program), two soft shell species sonneratia sp. to reduce harmful effects from shrimp farming environment. brazilian researchers have
- Private farms successfully produce breeding catfish
this is a great success of mr. phuong's family because, currently in the north of vietnam, there is only 1 closed aquaculture
research institute in bac ninh province that can produce this fish.
- The tide dyed red the Guangdong coast
red tide often occurs in the waters of guangdong province, threatening the marine ecology and aquaculture
- Scientists are tame bluefin tuna to get enough sushi ingredients
this method of aquaculture
will give us an endless source of tuna to enjoy.
- Invented from shrimp ponds of 3 students
3 students of class 11a1 of ngo gia tu and cam ranh high schools, together invent automatic lime beating system in aquaculture, which is highly appreciated by shrimp farmers.
- Invasion of Ha Long Bay
'the environment of ha long bay is threatened, coal mining, sea encroachment, aquaculture
... are increasingly taking place with increasing trend ...
- Tra Vinh: Shrimp die massively due to necrotic syndrome
in the face of more serious developments of the
- Give birth to coral fish
coral fish is a freshwater fish that has been included in the red book by the mekong river commission, because of the danger of extinction. for the first time, scientists at the national center for southern aquaculture
- Artificial reproduction of four rare and precious fish species
the research institute for aquaculture
no. 1 (ministry of fisheries) has successfully cultivated four most rare fish species of the red river system.
- Successful breeding of Goose fish
the department of seafood aquaculture
- department of fisheries at can tho university has just experimented with successful breeding of grouper - a species of catfish with scientific name phlotosus canius hamilton.
- Scientists absolutely warn against raising octopus
the reason given is that the environmental impacts that octopus will create.
- 'Revive' rare species of fish
scientists at the research institute for aquaculture
no. 1 (ministry of fisheries) have successfully implemented artificial reproduction of spotted fish (rare but highly endangered fish species) in culture conditions.
- Lam Dong: Testing cold water salmon farming
lam dong is the second locality (after sa pa) selected by the aquaculture
institute to implement a pilot program for cold water salmon - a food with high nutritional and economic value.
- What do the ancestors of the vegetables we still eat today look like?
good, most of the foods you buy in markets, supermarkets or aquaculture
today have been domesticated for thousands of years.
- Successful propagation of endangered coral fish
national center of southern freshwater aquaculture
has successfully bred the coral fish species, included in the world red book, while vietnam is classified as a species.
- Thai floods threaten marine life
millions of marine organisms may be the next victims of the cataclysm in thailand, when billions of cubic meters of floodwater are about to pour into the ocean.
- Young Vietnamese scientist discovered 8 new bacterial species
thanks to the discovery of new bacteria and their adaptive environment, it can be used to prevent diseases in aquaculture
- Aquaculture dolphin and whale teeth
new zealand scientists have found a fossil belonging to a previously unknown dolphin species.
- The pathway of toxins from algae to humans through the food chain
the toxin produced by red tide phenomenon due to algae outbreak has the ability to paralyze the very strong nervous system, which once killed people.
- About science deciphered potential food sources for humans
a group of american scientists are trying to understand the growth conditions of krill mollusks, a potential source of nutrition for humans in large numbers in antarctica.
- Growing coffee and raising fish in a closed system
scientists in berlin are studying how to grow tomatoes and fish in a closed, highly sustainable system.
- Ancient canal system exposed after forest fire
victoria's fire burned down the dense vegetation, revealing canals of the irrigation system that were older than the egyptian pyramids.
- Phu Tho has successfully researched and produced rare and precious fish
the initial success of the project has contributed to the regeneration of precious genetic resources, as well as the protection of natural resources that are in danger of depletion.
- Thai Binh keeps hands on the marine environment
thai binh has more than 50km of coastline with 5 large estuaries pouring into the sea, creating an area of over 16,000 ha of tidal flats and thousands of hectares of sugars and parrots outside the sea dike combined with aquaculture, mangrove forest planting and tourism. ecological calendar ...
- Use of biological preparations for freshwater prawn
recently, many households raising freshwater prawn in dong thap province have adopted farming methods using biological products, initially bringing high efficiency, stable profit. this model is being replicated in many localities.
- Safe and sustainable agricultural models of the future
urban agriculture is a model of cultivation and livestock within and around the city. it means food production in densely populated areas.
- Study on pathogens in cold water fish
lam dong department of science and technology said that in recent years salmon and sturgeon (collectively known as cold water fish) have become important local farming objects.