A scientific study shows the economic value of using genetically selected Streptococcosis-resistant tilapia fingerlings in pond and cage farming.
Thea Luz Pineda has been hired as Breeding Manager for Asia Pacific at the GenoMar breeding centre located in the Philippines.
GenoMar Genetics AS has signed a joint venture agreement with Agroavícola Sanmarino S.A., a Colombian poultry genetics distribution company belonging to the Italcol group.
From its new production base in the Tay Ninh province, GenoMar Genetics Vietnam (GGV) achieved an important milestone last week by successfully shipping genetically improved fingerlings for the first time to a customer in the Hai Duong province in northern Vietnam.
GenoMar Genetics announces the opening of a 100% owned subsidiary in Vietnam. The company will serve the Vietnamese tilapia farmers with high quality genetic material as well as to explore opportunities in the wider aquaculture genetics field.
After more than five years of R&D and systematical breeding work, GenoMar introduces new disease resistant products addressing one of the most economically important diseases in Nile tilapia. Repeated laboratory tests and a field trial have demonstrated an increased survivability of approximately 30 percent for the tilapia selected for streptococcosis resistance.