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.
A growing understanding of bacterial pathogens is highlighting the challenge…
Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) are often viewed as viable options…
With technologies for molecular diagnosis of fish disease increasingly available, sometimes simpler approaches that have great diagnostic power are being ignored.
Tilapia lake virus (TiLV) is an emerging threat to tilapia aquaculture, with mortalities in come cases up to 90%. But with a focus on biosecurity, the impact can be considerably lessened.
Tilapia farming is catching up to the salmon industry in its application of selective breeding to improve resistance against key pathogens, according to a leading geneticist.
An interview with Danielle Zanerato Damasceno, Technical and Commercial Manager, PHARMAQ Brazil
An innovative project focused on delivering aquaculture skills trainings in Colombia is helping to boost productivity, sustainability and job growth in the country’s burgeoning tilapia sector.
High levels of antibiotic resistance have been found in samples of the bacterium Aeromonas hydrophila extracted from farmed freshwater fish as part of a study in Northern Vietnam, underlining the need for more responsible disease management practices in the region.