fish farming

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fish farming

npiscicoltura
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Funding of more than PS2 million for five new projects to improve the health of farmed fish has been announced by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC).
8DA 3850 followed James Tees IT is not surprising 90 per cent of Scottish salmon farming is owned by Norwegian companies as the rules for salmon farming in Norway are strict, ensuring no farmed fish escape to infect the wild species and tight control over chemicals used to treat fish disease.
Abu Dhabi: The first batch of economically important and over-exploited farmed fish species were released back into Abu Dhabi waters by Maryam Bint Mohammad Saeed Hareb Al Muhairi, Minister of State for Food Security, on Wednesday.
Several recent studies of Kenyan farmed fish also revealed that there exist potential hazardous chemicals in the products exposing consumers.
HYDERABAD -- The Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) has successfully farmed fish from underground saline water released to Gorano Reservoir after being pumped out from the coalfield.
According to the news report, the Chinese ship had arrived from Hong Kong to pick up a shipment of live farmed fish from Batu Maung in Penang and hit the shipwreck as he did not see a warning light on the buoy marking its location until it was too late.
Zoetis also marked the opening of an interim research and development facility nearby in Suzhou where the company's PHARMAQ business will begin to develop vaccines for the farmed fish industry in China; the first such R&D center established by a multinational company to concentrate on aquaculture in mainland China.
In the short term, however, a sustainable fish is a farmed fish. It's just not a very good fish, most of the time.
Farmed fish from various farms in the Kingdom are also available in all nine LuLu branches," said the management of the hypermarket.
Just as in Europe, these farmed fish are infested with salmon lice; antibiotics and pesticides are the norm.
Spokesman Chris Porteous said: "Most anglers would agree that catching a wily trout in its natural surroundings is far more satisfying than fishing for large farmed fish in an artificial fishery."