Tilapia strain resistant to damaging virus could help reduce losses
The discovery of a strain of Nile tilapia resistant to tilapia lake virus (TiLV) may prove useful in the fight to reduce the impact of the pathogen, which has emerged in the last decade and can cause extremely high mortalities among farmed fish.
Submerging Atlantic salmon sea cages with air domes can greatly reduce sea lice infestation levels, but this appears to come at a high cost.
No effective licensed therapies exist against amyloodiniosis, a disease of…
Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) are often viewed as viable options…
Twenty years’ worth of data “raise urgent concerns” about antimicrobial resistance in Asian aquaculture, say the authors of a new review.
Urgent action is needed to understand and counter the effects of anthropogenic climate change on farmed fish, according to a new review of knowledge to date.
New research on deltamethrin resistance in sea lice could help improve the effectiveness and reduce the costs of treating the global salmon industry’s “billion-dollar problem.”
Simple environmental enrichments in aquaculture can reduce the impact of pathogens on salmonids, a new study from Finland found.