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03 April 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Seafood Industry Welcomes New SOPS
INDIA - Seafood exporters in Kerala are happy with the sops announced by the central government to bail them out. They are particularly pleased with an incentive...
21 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Shrimp Seed Multiplication Centre to be Established
INDIA - A multi-billion shrimp seed multiplication centre is being established to produce Pathogen-free seed of shrimp. ...
18 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Vannamei Given the Go-ahead by May
INDIA - The farming of Vannamei, the cheapest variety of shrimp across the globe, is likely to begin in India this spring. Seafood producers have welcomed the news...
17 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Lecture on Aquaculture
INDIA - Ornamental fish culture has the potential to create self-employment avenues, says Fisheries Development Officer, Tenali, P. Madhavi Latha, has said....
12 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Retail Chains Triggering a Tiger Prawn Culture
INDIA - Tiger prawns are slowly carving a niche in retail outlets and the potential for aquaculture production is growing....
06 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Fish to be Used to Fight Mosquitoes
INDIA - The Indian health authorities are to use fish in the battle against mosquitoes and the diseases they carry. ...
03 March 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Dependence on select markets hurts fish exports
INDIA - Indian exports are extremely susceptible to the negative consequences of trade barriers because of its massive dependance on a very small number of destination...
27 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India India Boosts Reservoir Fisheries
INDIA - The Indian Fisheries Department is to increase inland fish production by bolstering reservoir fisheries. ...
20 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Call to meet challenges to aquaculture
INDIA - Asian countries need to take proper measures to save aquaculture in the region, says Dillip Kumar, Director and Vice-Chancellor of Central Institute of Fisheries...
19 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India SEAI Demands Help For Fisheries
INDIA - Seafood Exporters Association of India (SEAI) has highlighted various issues dogging the fisheries sector through a memorandum to UPA chairpersons Sonia...
18 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India University Workshop Targets New Directions for Aquaculture
INDIA - A workshop focusing on new directions and dimensions in aquaculture and fisheries research is planned by the Adikavi Nannaya University (ANU), in Mumbai...
13 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Haryana Plans More Pisciculture
INDIA - Success in pisciculture has encouraged the Haryana government to allocate 20,000 hectares of water area to the sector. It plkans toproduce 90,000 tonnes...
11 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Marine Sector Must Globalise
KARACHI - India's seafood exports business is facing myriad problems and it needs consolidation to emerge as a strong contender in the global competition....
06 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Ornamental Event Attracts Crowds
KERALA - Thousands crowded into Kerala's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium for India's International Aqua Show 2008. here showcasing ...
Global Fish Farming News from India Tax Cuts and Aquaculture Support Vital for Shrimpers, says SEAI
INDIA - The rising rupee, US anti-dumping levies and a battle against competitive shrimp species and cheap imports is plummeting India's seafood trade into crisis....
01 February 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Fish Farming Improves Prospects for Kendrapada
INDIA - The Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA)is supporting an initiative to increase employment through aquaculture in Kendrapada through an awareness-cum-training...
28 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Science Outwits Seasonality and Boosts Production Potential
ORISSA - Hot on the heels of its planned Eco- Aquarium, the Bhubaneswar-based Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA) has announced a successful breeding...
25 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Eco-Aquarium To Promote Awareness
ORISSA - Bhubaneswar's Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA) plans to build one of the biggest ecosystem-based aquaria in the country. ...
21 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India StateTo Boost Ornamental Export Potential
INDIA - India's State Government has floated a company exclusively for the export of ornamental fish. ...
09 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Third Indian Mill for CPF
INDIA - Thai Food Business Charoen Pokphand Foods, the CP Group's listed flagship, will invest US$10 million to buid a third new feed manufacturing plant in India....
08 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India ‘Fish’ Complex To Be a Show-Stopper
INDIA - This is no sky-scraper, but it attracts more attention. A four-storeyed completely fish-shaped complex is coming up on a five-acre land at Rajendranagar...
03 January 2008
Global Fish Farming News from India Scampi production proves successful
BALASORE - Dillip Nayak, a social worker and a politician of a tribal dominated block Nilgiri has proved himself as a successful fish farmer by producing scampi...
Global Fish Farming News from India Govt May Approve New Shrimp in Bid to Hike Production
INDIA - The government is likely to approve the cultivation of the exotic vannamei (white) shrimp in a move that could increase its production in India....
27 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India Personal Quest Produces Pengba revival
INDIA - The Pengba variety of fish, which was on the verge of totally disappearing from Manipur a few years ago, is now getting a fresh lease of life....
Global Fish Farming News from India Shrimp exporters hopeful of Vannamei nod
INDIA - Shrimp exporters are hopeful of the introduction of Litopenaeus Vannamei in shrimp farming, a native species from South America, into India shortly....
24 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India Seafood industry facing crisis
KOCHI - The beleaguered seafood industry is passing through a crisis, owing to shortage of raw materials, devaluation of the dollar and anti-dumping duty imposed...
21 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India SEAI suggests vannamei to aquaculture farmers
INDIA - Indian aquaculture farmers should increasingly shift from the traditional shrimp products to vannamei, according to the Seafood Exporters Association of...
19 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India Dead fish surface on Indian river
INDIA - Thousands of dead fish have been washed ashore in a river in the north-eastern Indian state of Assam....
13 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India Indian Shrimp exports under threat
INDIA - India's shrimp exports are facing a serious threat from low-cost Litopenaeus Vannamei shrimp produced in countries such as Thailand, China, Indonesia and...
07 December 2007
Global Fish Farming News from India Aqua farmers come to their senses now
INDIA - About a decade or so ago, mesmerised by greed, hundreds of farmers in the coastal villages of this district turned their paddy fields into prawn tanks to...
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