The new tool has high specificity and sensitivity, early detection from hemolymph, highly reproducible results with a time-to-result of only 20 minutes.
The company acquired AQ1 Systems, a producer of acoustic feeding technology for the shrimp farming industry, which will create new synergies between farming technologies and feed solutions.
The investment will be the most important of a series scheduled for the coming years to reach a production capacity of one million tons of balanced feed.
The company and Sapthagiri Hatcheries will jointly establish a broodstock multiplication center in Andhra Pradesh for the benefit of the Indian shrimp industry.
Umitron unveiled Umitron Eagle, its latest technology solution offering the world’s first real-time AI-based analytics solution to shrimp producers.
The partnership will install local and independent KYTOS labs to serve aquaculture farms and hatcheries with microbiome management tools in six most of the important shrimp-producing countries.
The farm, which is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2023, includes a hatchery unit, a shrimp farm and a primary and secondary treatment unit.
The main goal of the pilot was to generate key data elements for shrimp farms to support sustainable farming practices through insights into shrimp populations, farm health and contamination.
An EU initiative plans to genotype shrimp broodstock families that are produced by European producers and research institutes.
Bạc Liêu province will set up and upgrade hatcheries that produce high-quality and disease-free broodstock to increase shrimp production.
The company partnered with Zemach Feed Mill to develop optimized shrimp feeds for RAS systems.
Signify and ShrimpVet completed a series of shrimp trials and found that blue and green spectra positively impact shrimp growth.
A shrimp nursery and seed bank with 100 million seeds per year are nearing completion to support the expected three harvests of shrimp per year.
The center, located in Cox’s Bazar, will deliver fresh and live Artemia on a daily basis in the country.
The whole-genome sequence of Penaeus indicus would serve as a reference genome for future genetic improvement programs for developing shrimp with desired economically important traits.
The project includes a hatchery with a capacity of 1.2 billion eggs, a post larval production unit with a capacity of 400 million and a nursery with a capacity of 250 million.
Chung Mai was appointed as sales manager to support the growth the company’s shrimp breeding program in Asia.
The program is a sustainable shrimp farming model from seeding to harvest and has been specifically designed to maintain biosecurity to minimize disease risks for Vietnamese farmers.
A new Australian research project will help the industry better understand the viruses’ impact on shrimp farming and develop better ways to manage shrimp breeding stocks.
The company opened a broad range of other services to all clients through their Genics360 Consulting model that, until now, has been only available to a select few companies upon request.