Prawn green house gas (GHG) emissions – actually biggest one being water vapour – from all those paddlewheels…

It’s not just about the carbon. Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) GHG should perhaps also include water vapour emitted from a facility…

…at least start getting ahead of the game.

https://www.globalseafood.org/advocate/can-carbon-mitigation-strategies-for-aquafeeds-help-cut-aquacultures-greenhouse-gas-emissions/

How automatic prawn feeders impact water and soil quality of grow-out ponds in Ecuador.

– As long as shrimp have somewhere to go in pond where DO is not low then they will do that.

– Vertical destratification of water column needed? Paddlewheels not best technology (but simplest/cheapest for required job)

– Mobile acoustic feeders that have capacity to be moved every week to new zone in pond may help?

https://www.globalseafood.org/advocate/how-automatic-shrimp-feeders-impact-water-and-soil-quality-of-grow-out-ponds-in-ecuador/