Shrimp Mortality Seen in Vietnam's Tra Vinh Province for Both Black Tigers and White Shrimp
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Fishery.org] Translated by Amy Zhong April 5, 2017
Large quantities of farmed shrimps have died in Tra Vinh province of Vietnam.
Over 7,000 farmers have cultivated around 0.6 billion black tiger prawns, while 2,240 farmers have raised about 0.524 billion white shrimps in Tra Vinh province until this March.
But unstable weather has lead to various diseases, mainly including pancreatic diseases of black tiger prawns and white spot syndrome of white shrimps. So far more than 987 farmers
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