Skretting is sponsoring an aquaculture research facility in Tasmania, Australia
26 October 2015
The site will test the use of recirculation water systems in salmon production, and has specially designed tanks to control environmental conditions including temperature, to examine climate change effects relevant to local conditions. This will support development of different types of feed and on the control of amoebic gill disease.
The experimental research facility is managed by the University’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and will enable collaborative research, particularly with the Atlantic salmon industry, on fish health and nutrition.
Read the full press release at the University of Tasmania website.
Photo: Aerial Vision Australia/University of Tasmania.