Bac Lieu farmers to slow down shrimp breeding

 In the current state of widespread shrimp mortality rate, authorities in Bac Lieu province recommends farmers to slow down shrimp breeding time and next harvest may be at the end of July.

Current weather conditions are nor favorable for shrimp farming. Farmers in Bac Lieu province farmed nearly 100 percent of areas, equal to 125,000 hectares. Due to many reasons, there are about 15,000 hectares of dead shrimp.

 

Source: VASEP

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VINA CLEANFOOD: Aims to earn more than VND1,000Bln in export turnover

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NACA has just released a report on climate change and its impact on small scale extensive shrimp farmers in Ca Mau and Bac Lieu Province, South Vietnam.
To download the report, click here
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Quyet earned a profit of VND800 million (US$40,000) from harvesting his latest black tiger shrimp crop.

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