16 Aug 23
09:00 - 16:00
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
The Asian shrimp aquaculture industry is stagnating and going nowhere. While supply increases from Latin America, demand from the global market is facing headwinds of inflation and a looming recession.
Costs of production for Asian shrimp have risen tremendously, with high costs for feeds and energy inputs, erasing margins of farmers and affecting all players along the supply chain. Part of the challenge is the lack of efficiency due to poor survival rates but there is a larger systemic risk.
There is a need to proactively improve the culture model, mitigate disease, match nutrition to genetics, focus on sustainability and develop a strategic plan. Evolving is not enough, regeneration is needed and the responsibility falls on all stakeholders.
TARS 2023 Shrimp Aquaculture: Regeneration will offer a way forward by looking at bottlenecks and arrive at some solutions for industry adoption.
Time: August 16-17, 2023
Place: The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali
Register yourself at https://tarsaquaculture.com/registration/ and be part of this gorgeous program.