Non-native fish escaping from aquaculture facilities has led to the introduction of invasive species in various environments, making management all the more essential.
Low dissolved oxygen can be a killer on aquaculture farms. Even when it’s not, it can halt growth, help spread disease and more.
You can achieve healthy dissolved oxygen levels in aquaculture by aerating your ponds. How to do so is a matter of choice.
In aquaculture, the dissolved oxygen concentration rises and falls daily. Understanding this cycle can help you avoid problems from low DO.
Fish farming in Lake Huron is not as cut-and-dried as it sounds. Take a proposed aquaculture operation in Lake Huron, for example.