Disease management in aquaculture

Intensively shellfish and cultured fish are naturally susceptible to fungal, bacterial parasitic infections, particularly at times of stress. Many problems can be avoided by appropriately quarantining new stock before release into ponds, or culture tanks maintaining water quality and a stress free environment and regular disease monitoring of stock. In the event of disease outbreak, stock can sometimes be effectively treated by Freshwater or salt baths, or via veterinarian prescribed treatments.

 

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