Prawnmaster says…

…to those, who believe they have game changing distruptive technology on offer for the the shrimp industry, is not understanding of how the shrimp industry is growing y-o-y responsibly already…

….believing that this shrimp industry has reached maturity in less than 40 years – far from it…

Shrimp have proven to internalize wastes – unlike other animal proteins that have taken thousands of years to domesticate…AND…

…shrimp aquaculture is also very disruptive already…to the shrimp fishing industry for example…

Whatever next?

…the relevance of the prawn broodstock…like the relevance of the seed from specific genetic strains…

Is this addressing people not in industry?

Can we clarify the parameters to determine what is meant by “quality” and “better genetics” in shrimp farming.

Operational production downstream should not be deterministic, nor something that should be left in the hands of just genetics.

Genetics can help. Like for bigger body to head ratio, smaller antennae – which seems to happen at certain size in shrimp RAS. Growing faster at colder temperatures?

Keep vannamei industry growing as it has been. Intensification and inland ramping up.

Leave in ptions to not use that genetics if other options considered better – and thus “better genetics”.

Let us keep options open and fragmented.