• Post time: Apr-27-2020

    Aquaculture cage aquaculture technology for aquaculture is a very common technique, the main is the breeding of aquatic products in feeding within the mesh to fixed-point quantitative breeding, also can prevent the aquatic escape at the same time, the existing technology of the mesh are simple th...Read more »

  • Post time: Apr-22-2020

    The key to the installation of the cage is to ensure that the cage is fully stretched and stable. First of all, we need to know the length of the cage, ranging from 1m to 10m We take the most common short one as an example. We suggest that a short cage with bamboo poles on both ends of the cage s...Read more »

  • Post time: Apr-14-2020

    Use two sea poles to throw two lines on the opposite bank, then connect the two lines on the opposite bank, and bypass the tree or village. Or we can make a wooden villa by ourselves, screw on the iron strip ring, put the line into the ring, and then go back to the opposite bank to collect and se...Read more »

  • Post time: Apr-07-2020

    The quickest way to destroy a fishing net on the water is to let a fish swim back to its original depth. In this case, people have little to gain. In order to prevent this from happening, some aspects of the process of catching nets are completely controlled by fishermen. 1) Make sure the nets a...Read more »

  • Post time: Mar-19-2020

    Global Aquaculture Fish Cage Market is valued at USD XX million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the period 2019 to 2025. The report titled Global Aquaculture Fish Cage Market is one of the most comprehensive and important additi...Read more »

  • Post time: Mar-12-2020

    Victory for community concerned about the industry’s environmental costs strengthens calls for shakeup of rules along Chilean coast A growing wave of resistance to the expansion of salmon farms along the Chilean coast has led to an important victory in the fight to protect a pristine fjord in sou...Read more »

  • Post time: Mar-05-2020

    MANILA — The 3,000-strong Taal Lake Aquaculture Alliance, Inc. (TLAAI) is appealing to the government for sufficient “window hours” to feed and harvest thousands of tons of healthy, marketable fish still in their cages. In a letter to Agriculture Secretary William Dar, Batangas ...Read more »

  • Post time: Jan-16-2020

    Last summer, the EPA issued a draft permit for a pilot aquaculture project in the Gulf of Mexico. The floating fish farm would allow Kampachi Farms of Hawaii to raise 20,000 Almaco jack in a net pen about 45 miles southwest of Sarasota. The fish would be hatched from eggs in tanks on shore at Mot...Read more »

  • Post time: Jan-09-2020

    A sea cage can hold up to 200000 farmed salmon. If the cage sustains damage, such as a hole in the nets, the fish could swim out through the opening and make their escape in short order. Clearly, the aquaculture industry wants to avoid this scenario. Not only do escapes lead to large losses for t...Read more »

  • Post time: Jan-02-2020

    A sea cage can hold up to 200,000 farmed salmon, and if the cage sustains damage, the fish could swim out through the opening and escape, which is a scenario that the salmon aquaculture industry wants to avoid, according to the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU). Not only do...Read more »

  • Post time: Dec-26-2019

    Sea cage makers and copper producers are on the verge of delivering an important disruption to the global aquaculture industry. Copper, which prevents biofouling because of its antimicrobial properties, can be used in aquaculture cage netting and makes sea pens stronger and capable of withstandin...Read more »

  • Post time: Dec-19-2019

    “We should be growing aquaculture in America so that we become seafood independent,” says Sims. He would have the U.S. build its aquaculture operations in federal waters to the point where we no longer import any seafood at all. In 2017, the U.S. imported about 90 percent of its seafo...Read more »

  • Post time: Dec-12-2019

    Now the tide could be turning. On Aug. 30, EPA issued a draft permit for a pilot aquaculture project in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida. The project, despite its small scale, would be a watershed moment in the debate surrounding ocean aquaculture, which has divided environmental group...Read more »

  • Post time: Dec-05-2019

    A diver maintains an open-water cage where tuna are being farmed in Izmir, Turkey. In the U.S., federally controlled ocean waters have been off limits to aquaculture, curbing the industry’s growth. But the tide may be turning. Mahmut Serdar Alakus/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption A ...Read more »

  • Post time: Nov-28-2019

    According to the Norwegian University of science and Technology (NTNU), a sea cage can hold 200000 farmed salmon. If the cage is damaged, the fish can swim out of the opening and escape, which is what the salmon breeding industry hopes to avoid. NTNU said the escape would not only cause huge loss...Read more »

  • Post time: Nov-21-2019

    As the world’s population grows, scientists and food experts are looking for ways to get more food with fewer resources – and in a way that is earth friendly. One way is aquaculture, also known as fish farming. Fish are bred and raised in water similar to the natural environment, but ...Read more »

  • Looks at prospects for fisheries and aquaculture
    Post time: Mar-13-2018

    New joint report by World Bank, FAO, and the International Food Policy Research Institute looks at prospects for fisheries and aquaculture. About 567 aquatic species are currently farmed all over the world, representing a wealth of genetic diversity both within and among species. Aquaculture is ...Read more »

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