From the moment that Brazilian laboratories dominated the breeding and larval rearing of L. vannamei and started the commercial distribution of post-larvae, which has to occur in the first half of year 1990, the farms in operation or semiparalisadas adopted the new crop of shrimp, achieving levels of productivity and profitability higher than those of native species. The validations were stepped up in the technological process of adaptation of L. vannamei and from 1995/1996 was demonstrated the commercial viability of its production in Brazil
The L. vannamei is therefore the only species that are currently grown in Brazil. Over the past five years, the results of work carried out in the process of domestication and remain converged increasingly converging to structure a semi-intensive system of production that is suitable for the conditions of Brazilian estuaries.
No capelin quota in the Barents Sea in 2021 Norway
The capelin stock is well below the limit for the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) to recommend a quota.
It is the echo sounder registrations on the annual ecosystem cruise...