The webinar was conducted on June 10, 2021, by the Indonesian Shrimp Forum in collaboration with Grobest, CJ Indonesia, and US Soybean Export Council (USSEC). In the first half of the webinar, there was a presentation given by Mr. Oliver Decamp Technical Director Grobest Group with the title “Nursery Food Protocols to Reduce EMS/AHPHD Risks.”Mr. Oliver divides his talks into […]
Pinrang Regency is one of the Level II Regions in the Province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Which has an area of 1,961.77 km² with a population of ± 351.118 people with a population density of 171 people/km2. Pinrang Regency is located at the coordinates between 43°10’30” – 30°19’13” North Latitude and 119°26’30” – 119°47’20” East Longitude. The distance from Makassar, […]
Smallholder farmers group play an important role at the Indonesian shrimp supply chain. That segment cannot be undervalued as its production accounts for 80% of national shrimp supplies. Their resilience has kept their existence in the business chain albeit constantly facing various problems under the limited infrastructure, particularly when experiencing disease outbreak and might also other natural event. Besides, shrimp […]
BANYUWANGI – The dynamic of water quality parameters have a major role in determining farming success. Therefore, at the preparation stage, farmers ideally takes consideration on the surrounding condition to define stocking schedule, productivity target, and treatment required during water preparation as shrimp cultivation media. However, the lack of baseline data availability on coastal water has been becoming a challenge […]
BOGOR – Along with the rapid development of system and technology in shrimp farming, the challenges are also advancing. The majority issues are coming from the availability of pathogen free broodstock and larvae, affordable and good quality of pond production facilities, the spread of disease suspected as Early Mortality Syndrome (EMS), also issues outside of farming technicalities such as access […]
JAKARTA – As stated in the mid – term national development agenda, the government has set a target of increasing shrimp exports value of 250% by 2024. As a commitment of business actors to support that target, shrimp industry stakeholders form up to downstream form the Indonesia Shrimp Forum. The forum is targeted to be a think tank that plays […]
Haji Labib is one of the participant on the training carried out by YSAI. Getting motivated during training session, he decided to build his own shrimp farm. He built 3 culture ponds by optimizing his 3000 m2 land. With persistent effort, his shrimp farm resulted 3 – 5 ton of shrimp per cycle.
Banyuwangi – On Tuesday, December 1, Yayasan Sustainaqua Indonesia (YSAI) held a meeting with Shrimp Club Indonesia (SCI) Banyuwangi to socialize the transition of the Aquaculture Improvement Program (AIP) team management into YSAI, which previously managed by Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. That transition aims to get more flexibility for any activities in the field. Since 2012, SCI has been becoming a […]
In 2017, YSAI facilitated International students who conducted carrying capacity research. YSAI provided support in data sampling process, partnered with Balai Layanan Usaha Produksi Perikanan Budidaya Karawang (BLUPPB).
YSAI was appointed to be consultant for shrimp farm development in Indramayu. On that work, a total area of 1.5 ha were constructed into 10 shrimp ponds with width of 750 m2 each, and using artesian well as the main water source.