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Shrimp News International frequently summarizes discussions from the Shrimp List. Here is a list of most of the discussion that have been summarized:
January 28, 2013—Dragon Feeds Work, But Where Can You Buy Them?
January 15, 2013—80% to 90% of Shrimp Ponds Are Dry in Eastern Thailand
(Early Mortality Syndrome)
January 1, 2013—Moving Penaeus Vannamei from the Nursery to Growout
December 23, 2012—The Farm Gate Cost of Penaeus vannamei Production (plus
Farming Strategies, Nurseries and Stocking Densities
September 10, 2012—Training Programs for Beginning Shrimp Farmers
August 20, 2012—Massive Aeration
August 10, 2012—Transporting Live Shrimp
Februay 6, 2012—To Lime or Not to Lime
July 26, 2011—Questions about the Future of BioflocTechnology
October 15, 2010—Nucleotides in Shrimp Feeds
October 8, 2010—How Many Hatcheries Use Recirculating Systems? Not Many!
September 3, 2010—Controlling pH and Phosphates in Biofloc Ponds
April 23, 2010—How Long Can Water Be Used in a Biofloc System?
April 16, 2010—Questions About Biofloc Shrimp Farming
March 26, 2010—Would You Feed Your Broodstock Geckos in a Pinch?
February 27, 2009—What If I Need 5,000 PLs in Northern California?
February 13, 2009—Molasses, Salinities, Bio-Flocs and Semi-Intensive Ponds
February 6, 2009—Shrimp Hatcheries
January 25, 2008—Sediment Oxygen Demand in Shrimp Ponds
January 11, 2008—The Half-Wit Who Works about 18 Hours Every Day
November 30, 2007—Moving Juveniles from Nursery to Growout
October 26, 2007—Penaeus monodon Sightings in the Western Hemisphere
September 28, 2007—Artificial Insemination and Penaeus stylirostris
September 14, 2007—Shrimp Maturation Tanks—Size Matters
September 7, 2007—Toxic Algae in Shrimp Ponds
November 23, 2007—Algal Feeds for Shrimp Larvae
November 9, 2007—Fungal Infections and Probiotics
November 3, 2006—Wanted—Penaeus indicus Broodstock
October 1, 2005—Probiotics and Shrimp Farming
October 1, 2005—Comparing Pond Liners, EPDM or HDPE
October 1, 2005—Computer Software for Managing Shrimp Farms
October 1, 2005—Spawning Tanks
October 1, 2005—Vibriosis Revisited
October 4, 2004—Rotifers as Artemia Replacements
October 4, 2004—Water Quality and Feeds
October 4, 2003—Organic Shrimp Farming