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Aquaculture Health Management: A new Approach

Aquaculture is gaining momentum in several parts of the world in recent years. Intensification has become a common practice in both finfish and shellfish culture to optimize the returns. High stocking densities, artificial feeding and pond fertilization have become common in both carp and shrimp culture systems. Due to intensification of culture practices, diseases of microbial etiology of economical significance has surfaced in rearing and grow out ponds and are major threat to the sustainability of the aquaculture industry. Synthetic chemicals and antibiotics have been used to prevent or treat fish and shrimp and have achieved at least partial success. Vaccination against specific pathogens has been developed recently with some success depending on the particular disease.

Citation: Barman D, Nen P, Mandal SC, Kumar V (2013) Aquaculture Health Management: A new Approach. J Marine Sci Res Dev 3:139. doi: 10.4172/2155-9910.1000139

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