"Bringing Back the Black: An Indian Perspective"

Category: ফার্ম টু ডাইনিং Written by agrilife24

Agrilife24.com: Aquaculture Nutritionists Network and Aquaculture Innovation Centre jointly organized a webinar on "Bringing Back the Black: An Indian Perspective" on 13th January.

Today India is one of the largest shrimp producers and exporters in the world. India has seen the growth of the black tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon, era and its downfall due to disease and brood stock issues. The introduction of the exotic species, Litopenaeus vannamei, has changed the fortune of many in the industry. However the emergence of diseases, carrying capacity and production issues again resulted in the breakdown of the L. vannamei production in India. Seeing the losses in L. vannamei  farming, farmers are thinking to revert to growing P. monodon.

This presentation covers all the angles of of bringing back the P. monodon production and into the market space. Farmer’s perspective and preparedness will only decide whether bringing back black tiger shrimp production would prove to be a worthwhile decision for a blunder.

Dr Manoj M Sharma will share his experience in the development of shrimp farming industry and future of black tiger in India in the next Talking with Titans session on January 13 at 01:30 PM New Delhi, 03:00 PM Bangkok and 04:00 PM Singapore 2.00 PM (Dhaka) time. He will be accompanied by regular panelists Dr. Albert Tacon and Dr. Kabir Chowdhury and moderator Dr. Fanny Yasumaru.

Dr Manoj M.Sharma is a Pioneer shrimp farming professional having expertise in sustainable shrimp farming. key person behind the “blue revolution” and transformation of coastal wetland in Surat district of Gujarat into the most viable shrimp farming providing livelihood to thousands of people. 25 years of experience in planning and execution shrimp farms (satellite, concept, cooperatives, cluster farming), and master mapping and designing of large-scale shrimp farming areas. He provides technical training to farmers, including farm bio security and disease prevention.
Dr Manoj M.Sharma holds a Master’s degree in Fisheries Management from Deemed University, India and a PhD in Fisheries Science (shrimp farming) from Swami Ramanand Teerth University, India. Currently he is the Director of Mayank Aquaculture private Limited.

This webinar supproted by Jefo, Aquahana LLC & Temasek Polytechnic.

Please register by 11th January 2022 (Tuesday)

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