The company reported no antibiotics used on its marine farms since 2012 and only minimal use at its freshwater hatcheries in recent years.
The company plans to build two hatcheries in Tay Ninh province and in Northern Vietnam to serve Vietnamese tilapia farmers.
The project will develop a software system that automatically captures continuous sensor data across aquaculture sites securely in one place, where it can be processed, stored and actioned.
The European Commission will open a dialogue with citizens, member states and the European parliament to jointly decide the way forward for the use of these biotechnologies in the EU.
Trends in aquaculture hatcheries: Breeding and genetics
Hatchery Feed & Management is organizing the webinar series Trends in aquaculture hatcheries focused on different topics of importance for hatcheries. In this second webinar, Breeding and genetics, John Buchanan, CEO of The Center for Aquaculture Technologies, Marcela Salazar, Scientific Director at Bechmark Genetics, Rajesh Joshi, Senior Researcher at GenoMar Genetics, and Hans Halle-Knutzen, Sales and Marketing Director at AquaGen, discussed how these techniques can improve aquaculture farms and their future perspectives.
Moderator: Anna Sonesson, Research Director Breeding & Genetics at Nofima.
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