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Posted by2 days ago

外围体育投注I’m currently working for a company in Canada using aquamanager, and the only resource for training or troubleshooting is contacting head office in Greece. Aquamanager does not have enough clients in North America to warrant a North American branch. As you can imagine the time zones make contacting difficult and sometimes tedious.

外围体育投注It is a highly technical and effective system, but due to its complexity it is not always intuitive without knowing how some of its tools work. Is anyone aware of any online resources or training manuals I can find or use to improve my proficiency in the program without scheduling video calls on the other side of the planet?

Thanks!

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Hello Everyone! I know it depends a bit on what segment of the industry you are in, but I was just curious about where most of you get your aquaculture news and updates. Currently I am a big fan of Undercurrent, Aquafeed, and Salmon Business, but am always looking to expand my sources. Do any of you have other recommendations?

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Posted by11 days ago

外围体育投注If anyone has any insight how many harvests per year is reasonable for Triploid oysters in a warm water area such as Costa Rica? Obviously Baja California compared to Virginia has a quick turn around time but I was curious to know if anyone had any insight from any of those Central American warm countries. Thanks!

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Posted by12 days ago

外围体育投注Hi Aquaculture sub,

外围体育投注As stated in the title, I would like to switch to an industry where I can gain skills/knowledge that are somehow applicable to Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS).

For context, I am a Mechanical Engineer (29M) working in process safety of Oil and Gas plants (kind of chemical engineering actually) here in Middle East. I am planning to do aquaculture in my home country once I am ready to go back (obviously aquaculture here is a very small industry to none).

外围体育投注I have been thinking about this and narrowed down to 2 options that are common where I am at right now:

  1. Typical Mechanical Engineering route like MEPF (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection) for building services - lot of transferable skills particularly plumbing(?).

  2. 外围体育投注Automation related to Water/Waster industry - i am really interested with automation ever since and I think if I want to take land-based fish farming like RAS to a new level, I think this is the way to go..

外围体育投注Hope you can give your insights. Thanks in advance and stay safe.

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Posted by14 days ago

Hi r/aquaculture! I just started working in sales(I am the entirety of the sales team) for a company that produces black soldier fly larvae mainly for use in aquaculture. I’ve worked in sales for a while but a completely different industry, this is so exciting for me because I feel like I’m saving the planet little by little. I know most people hate the sales guys but I have a stem background so please bear with me.

外围体育投注I would really like to learn as much as possible about the industry and the science behind formulation. Do y’all have any favorite articles? Publications? Textbooks? I can digest it all, very eager to learn right now especially during this pandemic. Thank you for reading this far if you did!

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Posted by17 days ago

Oyster rot

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Posted by20 days ago

外围体育投注Hello Aquaculture Reddit I am a young guy beginning college I am interested in building a commercial Aquaponics farm. I have run a large hobby system in my back yard for a few years raising tilapia I have read books and done as much research as I can, however I'm trying to take my knowledge to the next level. I have a dream to start a company farming kelp in large scale for organic fertilizer/ food/ biofuel. However I also hope to build a commercial Aquaponics farm. I have thought of getting an engineering degree for a while but only recently found Aquacultural Engineering. My question is, is this the right degree for me? I'm willing to get a master degree/ PhD if needed. Which schools should I be looking at?

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