Disease Management in Hawaiian Aquaculture, Year 01
July 1, 1992
|Hawaii||$41,638||Hawaii Aquaculture Development Program and University of Hawaii at Manoa||J. Brock and B. LeaMaster|
- Identify contributing factors that may be important to the occurrence of bacterial diseases during grow-out of Chinese catfish (Clarias fuscus). Develop practical strategies for the control of bacterial diseases during grow-out of Chinese catfish in Hawaii.
- Field test an approach for IHHNV decontamination of shrimp ponds.
- Survey groups of imported freshwater tropical fish to document mortality patterns, portray environmental conditions, and the presence and prevalence of certain protozoan and metazoan parasites and specific bacterial pathogens.
- Implement management practices and standard disease treatment strategies to improve fish survivability and reduce the abundance of pathogenic parasites in imported groups of freshwater tropical aquarium fish.