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How are oysters farmed – and what’s the effect on subaqueous soils?

These days, oyster aquaculture is stirring up the conventional definition of agriculture. But exactly how does one grow a crop of oysters? More specifically, how are soils involved in this underwater process? 856 more words

Farming/Gardening

9 Best Practices for Using Your Hanna Checker

Hanna Instruments’, Handheld Colourimeter Checker® HC products offer an unrivalled blend of accuracy, quality, and affordability.

While the Checkers are very easy to use – like any scientific instrument, small errors can adversely affect your readings. 642 more words

Knowledge Base

Costs and benefits of innovative Eco-sustainable aquaculture practices

Authors: Cornelia Kreiß & Simone Brüning

The latest GAIN project developments on the impacts of eco-intensification innovations, found that novel feeds with commercially available emerging ingredients, could lead to farm profitability losses in most cases. 220 more words

Aquaculture

Research associate: Fish Ethology and Welfare Group (Portugal)

The Fish Ethology and Welfare Group (FishEthoGroup Association, PT) is searching for a highly motivated and dynamic new member to join the existing team. The group performs research, training and consultancy related to the behaviour and welfare of farmed, wild caught and wild fish. 284 more words

Jobs

15. Technical Sales Officer - Unique Biotech Ltd

A well established company manufacturing Human and Aqua probiotics is offering Technical Sales Officer positions in Bhimavaram.

2 years experience is preferred with graduation in Life Sciences. 6 more words

Aquaculture

Importance of farming in today's date:

Let’s grow with growing farm.

1. Heavy demand 2. Poverty fighter 3.As a business 4. As a hobby 5. Economic importance

It’s the right time to change our prospective towards agriculture and farming. 46 more words

Farming As Career

AgSpotlight: Idaho Aquaculture

              

Source: https://magicvalley.com/idaho-aquaculture/pdf_fea14acf-b887-5215-91d2-dc3443b731bf.html

Even as a land-locked state, Idaho has an impressive aquaculture industry, providing 70% of the trout raised in the US. Additionally, the state provides steelhead, salmon and sturgeon in cold water facilities, tilapia and catfish and tropical fish in warm water facilities. 888 more words