Aquaculture Disease, Diagnostic and Health Management

Fish diseases affect the survival and growth rates of fìsh under culture. Given that drug treatments are expensive, fìsh diseases invariably lead to lower harvest and higher cost. Fish farmers often suffer hefty economic losses due to fìsh diseases. To alleviate such losses, it is crucial to take precautions to prevent fìsh diseases and reduce pathogen levels in water bodies. It is also important to prevent water quality from deteriorating and to strengthen the natural resistance of the fìsh stock. Regular monitoring of fìsh health is an effective way to identify disease uses and appropriate treatments. One major cause of serious fìsh kill is overlooking the contagiousness of fìsh diseases and thus delaying treatment. As such, adequate care and treatment should be given to infected fish promptly.

  • Disease management in stocked fish
  • Maintainance of water quality
  • Dynamics of fish disease
  • Control of diseases in aquaculture populations
  • Economic investments and opportunities in aquatic animal health

Related Conference of Aquaculture Disease, Diagnostic and Health Management

Aquaculture Disease, Diagnostic and Health Management Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in