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Issue 2 2013

[tmb_issueThumbnail_2]Issue 2  2013

Sugar kelp farming: A promising new industry for coastal Maine
WALPOLE, ME - Maine shellfish growers, traditional fishermen, chefs, and consumers all have a reason to be enthusiastic about a leafy brown algae called sugar kelp. New culture techniques may be the missing link needed to bring aquaculturists and ...

Bob’s annual report from the WI aquaculture conference: Good turnout, super products showcased, lots of snow
FROM THE FIELD BY BOB ROBINSON  PEWAUKEE, WI – Regular readers know that around this time of the year you can pretty much count on spring show reports from me. Usually one from the big national aquaculture conference and show (wherever it happe...

Nanoparticles: Next generation vaccines for farmed fish?
FISH HEALTH NOTES  BY ROD GETCHELL  ITHACA, NY – Until recently, I had no idea that nanoparticles could serve as vaccine and drug-delivery devices. These miniscule spheres are the subject of lectures and articles in our campus newspaper at Cor...

Sweet harmony as global aquaculture community gathers in Music City USA for big conference, show
NASHVILLE, TN – Despite nasty winter weather gripping much of the nation, it was pretty much all sunshine and smiles here in late February as the US and international aquaculture community gathered for the Aquaculture 2013 (Aqua ‘13) conference a...

East Coast Shellfish Growers Association Newsletter
Now available to readers of Fish Farming News:  the quarterly newsletter of the East Coast Shellfish Growers Association (ECSGA). This 8-page, full-color newsletter is mailed as a supplement to the print version of Fish Farming News to all member...

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