Volume 10, Number 3 May/June 2014 MICA (P) 008/10/2013 ISBN 1793 -0561
  • From the editor
    A sense of urgency

  • More tilapia from China in 2014
    More production due to better prices and increasing demand

Shrimp Culture
  • Smallholder vannamei shrimp farming in raceway ponds
    Poh Yong Thong describes local creativity to farm shrimp in non-arable coastal land

  • Driven by market demand
    How entrepreneurs in India are taking the opportunity to increase volumes. By Zuridah Merican

  • Amidst EMS, success against all odds
    For some Thai shrimp farmers, success is through innovating and changing culture practices, says Soraphat Panakorn

Fish Culture
  • The snakehead fish: a success in Myanmar
    Bai Haiwen, Huang Shaoyu, U Than Lwin, U Tint Swe, Dong Qiufen, Zhang Song and Yang Yong describe their work on fry breeding, commercial farming and extruded feed development for snakehead fish

  • Polychaetes: evolution or revolution?
    Now a feed alternative but with time, can it be a sustainable feed for fish and shrimp? asks OddGeir Oddsen

Feed Technology
  • A valued partner for growth
    The TRF feed mill gains market share with strong teamwork and trust of customers. By Zuridah Merican

  • Salmon boosts shrimp feed attractiveness
    Cost effective hydrolysate from Scottish salmon. By Ian Wright

  • Bacterial chatter - Quorum sensing
    Barbara Weber says that many bacterial species coordinate their behaviour at a multicellular level and not as single cells.

  • The fundamental role of peptides in fish and shrimp nutrition
    Sharing the latest performance information in various aquaculture species.

  • 2014 Global feed survey
    Highlights show a small increase to 963 million tonnes in 2013

Industry Review - Marine Fish
  • Philippines target grouper farming for live fish exports
    The advantage is the short transit to China and Hong Kong. By Rafael D. Guerrero III

  • Live fish trade in Asia in 2013
    Price fluctuations seen with the demand and supply of mainly hybrid groupers. By Fatimah Ferdouse

  • The market for European bass and bream
    The 'Greek sea bream crisis' occurred when supply grew in an uncontrolled and unplanned way. By Jose Fernandez Polanco

Company News
  • Support to help China's aquaculture challenges

  • Expansion of the aqua R&D centre

  • Agreement on vaccines development in Vietnam/Appointments

  • Sustainability first before competition

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  • Malaysia International Seafood Exposition

  • World Aquaculture 2014, Adelaide, Australia

  • TARS2014: Shrimp Aquaculture, Phuket, Thailand

  • Indonesian Aquaculture 2014

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