Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission

Aquaculture

Both Penaeus vannamei1 and P. stylirostris originate on the Western Pacific coast of Latin America from Peru in the south to Mexico in the north. They were introduced from the early 1970s to the Pacific Islands, where research was conducted into breeding and their potential for aquaculture. During the late 1970s and early 1980s they were introduced to Hawaii and...
Due to the increasing concerns regarding disparities in quality control and inspections standards among ASEAN countries and the ability to export seafood commodities (especially shrimp) to other regions, the ASEAN Sectoral Working Group on Fisheries (ASWGFi) meeting in Lao PDR in May 2003 formed an ASEAN Sectoral Task Force to harmonize quality and inspection standards for shrimp export and imports...
Aquaculture techniques for backyard rural aquaculture in Lao PDR (Lao language).  This document contains some extension materials prepared in Lao language developed by the Department of Livestock and Fisheries of Lao PDR during the Provincial Aquaculture Development Project (LAO/97/007).  There are short training sheets covering: basic techniques for small pond aquaculture, the nursing of fish in net cages, the formation...
  Lao PDR is a land locked country located within Southeast Asia and has a wide range of climatic environments. The country is composed of mountainous upland regions and lowland plains with a total area of approximately 236,800 km2. Upland areas constitute approximately 75% of the total area of the country, with the lowlands occupying approximately 60,000 km2. The country has...
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