Fish vaccination a key part of future success for world’s largest pangasius producer

The key to the continued growth of the pangasius industry is being more innovative in solving its main fish health, quality and sustainability challenges.

Vietnamese pangasius production

Fish vaccination a key part of future success for world’s largest pangasius producer

Vaccine Technology

Vaccines provide Brazil’s fish farmers with a platform for sustainable growth

An interview with Danielle Zanerato Damasceno, Technical and Commercial Manager, PHARMAQ Brazil

Fish health-focused trainings bring growth to Colombian tilapia sector

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.

Vaccine progress critical to sustainable freshwater aquaculture in Southeast Asia

A lack of vaccines and susceptibility to bacterial pathogens is putting Southeast Asia’s booming freshwater farming industry at risk, according to scientists.

Vaccines boost Greece’s seabass and seabream aquaculture — but challenges remain

Aquaculture in Greece has endured some ups and downs since its establishment in the 1980s, from the Greek financial crisis to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Vaccine ‘work in progress’ in major aquaculture markets, Part 3: Atlantic salmon

While there are efficacious commercial vaccines available against a number of important diseases that affect Atlantic salmon, there are still pathogens for which there are currently no such options available.

Why fish vaccines are increasingly coming in smaller doses

An interview with Dr Bjørn Brudeseth, PhD, PHARMAQ

Pathologies in Mediterranean finfish: Causes and control strategies

By Valerio Vitalini, MSc
Aquaculture consultant, Rome, Italy

China making up for lost time in aquatic vaccine development

China is now responsible for over 70% of global farmed-fish production. Finding appropriate responses to fish disease has not been as rapid, researchers from Huazhong Agricultural University acknowledged — but new options in development suggest that the nation is fast catching up.