Shrimp Farming

Emergence of a New Villain: Div1 Virus

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Emergence of a New Villain: Div1 Virus

On June 1,2020 New Straits Times stated that Vietnam is on alert for this new deadly virus that could decimate its shrimp farming industry. Shrimps get affected by Div1 virus, discard the infected shrimps immediately.

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Lessons to be learnt: Common mistakes of Shrimp Farming Practices

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Lessons to be learnt: Common mistakes of Shrimp Farming Practices

The global shrimp market has been trending uphill for a while now and the demand is expected to increase in the upcoming years. Some of the common mistakes made in shrimp farming in the initial stages of culturing and ways to mend those mistakes too.

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Common Shrimp Diseases: Causes and Prevention

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Common Shrimp Diseases: Causes and Prevention

Developing countries have been investing a lot in shrimp production sector since the consumption has increased drastically in the past decade. Shrimp is undoubtedly one of the most loved sea foods among the others but increased risks involved in production is a constant concern.

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Water Quality Management for Growth of Shrimp

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Water Quality Management for Growth of Shrimp
Water quality management is basically the management of water quality parameters daily to keep it in optimal conditions for growth of shrimp. This is very important to prevent the shrimp experience stress that can accelerate the shrimp to various diseases.

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White Fecal Disease in Shrimp Farming Aquaculture

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White Fecal Disease in Shrimp Farming Aquaculture
White feces disease (WFD) is one of the most serious problems in shrimp culture. Diseased shrimp tend to be darker in color and after some time their bodies will lose firmness and become soft and limp, and eventually will die.

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