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18 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico New Technology Increases Trout Production
MEXICO - Photo-period technology, created by the National Fisheries Institute (INAPESCA), has allowed for the increase of the reproduction of trout eggs aquaculture...
16 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Shrimping Season Starts In Gulf Of Mexico
MEXICO - National fisheries organisations have agreed to the opening of the shrimp catch season in the Gulf of Mexico from today, 16 August. ...
25 July 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexican Sardine Fishery Gets MSC Certification
MEXICO - Mexico’s largest fishery by volume, the Pacific sardine fishery in the Gulf of California, has been certified following independent assessment to the...
20 July 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico SAGARPA Investing Into Aquaculture Infrastructure
MEXICO - The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food in Mexico (SAGARPA) announced MX$50 million is to be invested to reinforce...
01 July 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico MSC Re-certification For Red Rock Lobster
MEXICO - The Baja California red rock lobster (Panulirus interruptus) fishery off the coast of Baja California, Mexico has been re-certified following independent...
20 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Conapesca Announces Sea Cucumber Fishing Ban
MEXICO - The head of the National Commission of Aquaculture and Fisheries (Conapesca), Ramon Corral Avila, has announced plans for a closed fishing season on sea...
07 April 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico Increases Tuna Production
MEXICO - Tuna production in Mexico increased by 3.26 per cent in 2010, surpassing 132,761 tonnes. ...
02 February 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico Issues Aquaculture Charter
MEXICO - The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) has issued a new national charter that it says will give...
28 January 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Sustainable Future For Mexico Marine Life
MEXICO - Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California, San Diego, in the US have completed a new study on the geography of commercial...
07 January 2011
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico To Raise Fishing Development Spending
MEXICO – Mexico has said it is to spend more than four billion pesos this year on developing the fishing industry. ...
08 November 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexican Cavefish Develop Resistance To Toxin
MEXICO - A centuries-old religious ceremony of an indigenous people in southern Mexico has led to small evolutionary changes in a local species of fish, according...
22 October 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Figap/VIV America Latina in Full Swing
MEXICO – The first edition of Figap/VIV America Latina launched on Thursday, in Guadalajara, with a truly international expo hall, writes Chris Wright, Editor...
20 October 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexican Shrimp Exports To US Resume
MEXICO - The US government has recertified Mexico's use of turtle detector devices, saying that the Mexican fleet meets the requirements for the protection of sea...
22 September 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico Reports Sharp Rise In Shrimp Prices
MEXICO - The value of each tonne of shrimp farmed in the state of Sinalo rose by 100 per cent between 2005 and 2010, rising from MXN 32,000 (USD 2,496) to MXN 65,000...
16 August 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Aquamar International Bicentennial 2010
MEXICO - AQUAMAR Internacional "Bicentenario 2010" will be held from 1st to 4th September, in Campech'e XXI Convention Centre in the city of San Francisco de Campeche,...
10 August 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Impacts Of White Spot On Mexican Shrimp
MEXICO - Some 90 fish farms in Sonora have been affected by the white spot virus, the president of the Committee of Aquacultural Health in Sonora (Cosaes), Humberto...
10 May 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico Baja California Pole, Line Yellowfin & Skipjack Tuna Enter MSC Assessment
MEXICO - The Mexico Baja California pole and line yellowfin (Thunnus albacares) and skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis) tuna fishery today entered full assessment in the...
26 March 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Shrimp Ban Comes Into Place
MEXICO - A ban on shrimp fishing will become effective as of 31 March 2010 in order to allow the species to continue to breed to ensure stocks for the future....
16 March 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Feed Manual To Be Launched At Cancun Congress
MEXICO - For the first time, the feed industry has developed an international feed manual that focuses on the issues of feed and food safety. ...
04 March 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Cancun Congress To Highlight World Livestock Report
MEXICO - Insights into a newly published report on the world livestock sector will be presented in April to the Global Feed & Food Congress being held in Cancun....
03 March 2010
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Lobster Ban Begins
MEXICO - The capture of marine lobster in the waters of the Yucatan state will be prohibited as from 1 March to 30 June 2010, announced the Ministry of Agriculture...
08 October 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Fears for Mexican Shrimp Industry
MEXICO - The Mexican shrimping industry is at a critical point because of a lack of a market. ...
07 October 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexican Fisheries Output Grows by 2.5 Per Cent
MEXICO - The Mexican national fisheries production - one of the most dynamic activities in the primary sector of the economy has registered an average annual growth...
15 September 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico World Aquaculture Show: Cargill Introduces Hoplite
MEXICO - At the World Aquaculture Show to be held on 25 - 29 September 2009, in Veracruz, Mexico, Cargill will introduce Hoplite™, a natural yeast product designed...
17 June 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Report Looks Beneath the Surface of Hypoxic Zones
MEXICO - A new analysis prepared for the National Corn Growers Association looks at some of the assumptions surrounding hypoxia – low oxygen -- in the northern...
05 May 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico H1N1 Fears Postpone World Aquaculture Conference
MEXICO - Due to the progression of events related to the recent flu outbreak in Mexico, the World Aquaculture Society in consultation with the partners and sponsors...
11 March 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexico to Ban Shrimp Fishing
MEXICO - The National Aquaculture and Fishing Commission (CONAPESCA) set 23 March as the starting date for the shrimp ban on the high seas, estuary and bay areas....
26 January 2009
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Concern Over Gulf of Mexico's Aquaculture Plan
MEXICO - Now federal regulators are poised to expand fish farming to open ocean, with the Gulf of Mexico as an experimental laboratory. ...
30 October 2008
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Council Delays Gulf Aquaculture
MEXICO - Federal fishery regulators have delayed a vote on an aquaculture proposal that would open the Gulf of Mexico to fish farms -- a plan that has drawn concern...
30 September 2008
Global Fish Farming News from Mexico Mexican Seafood Trade Blown Away by Ike
MEXICO - Fishermen on the Gulf of Mexico are cleaning up debris instead of harvesting oysters and shrimp. Recovery might take two years....
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