Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Daily Digest: 06/06/12

Hello,

The Aquaculturalist is back after a bumper UK Bank Holiday weekend.  I'm refreshed and ready to go.  Here's what's got me talking today...
  • With the annual Maine lobster estimated at $330m avoiding a collapse of the market is key.  Luckily there's been a breakthrough is raising juvenile lobsters in captivity.  Read more...
  • Residents of Bangladesh's southwest coastal region urge the government to halt unplanned shrimp cultivation.  Read more...
  • The International Symposium on Fish Nutrition and Feeding is underway in Norway.  Read more...
  • The Shire of Wagin, Australia has applied for a AU$4m grant to raise barramundi.  One element of the environmentally sound project is the use of oat husks to generate electricity. Read more...

Let me know what you think...
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Boiled Lobster dish served for the photographe...
Boiled Lobster dish served for the photographer in Portland, Maine, United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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