The Need For Automation In Aquaculture

Automation is a kind of technology to maintain efficient production in many global industrial sectors with minimal intervention of humans. The execution of automation technology helps to improve the productivity, reliability, and efficiency of a process that was maintained and performed by humans. Like in many sectors, automation can bring huge profits and productivity to … Read more

Genetically Modified Fish (GM Fish)

Genetically modified fish (GM) are those fishes whose genetic material is altered through genetic engineering techniques to introduce desired novel traits. The introduced new piece of DNA is known as transgene. Through the introduction of foreign DNA, the fish gains special traits, which makes them superior to the normal ones in having accelerated growth, increased … Read more

Disinfection Methods in Aquaculture

Disinfection is the process of eradication of disease-causing microorganisms, the chemicals which are employed to eliminate pathogens are called disinfectants. The target range of each disinfectant is different, so one kind of disinfectant can’t kill all the microorganisms. Various disinfection methods are used worldwide to ensure the safety of organisms by reducing the scale of … Read more

Threats to the ecosystem by introduction of GMOs into nature

Threats to the ecosystem by the introduction of Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into nature Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are living organisms whose genome  is altered through genetic engineering to attain a new trait. The genetic material of the organism can be manipulated through many scientific methods like recombinant technologies and reproductive cloning for the production … Read more

IOT In Aquaculture

Aquaculture is one of the promptly growing and developing sectors of the world. Nevertheless, the intensive fish farming and large-scale productions brought degradation of the water quality and increase of infectious diseases in aquaculture. Hence water quality management is the fundamental factor to flourish an aquaculture sector. The growth of the cultured organism, it’s nutrient … Read more

Carbon footprint and Agriculture

A majority of the world population is skeptical about the fact that the agriculture sector contributes to one-third of the greenhouse gas emission. As per the CGIAR (Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research) reports (2012), the food systems currently practiced worldwide are responsible for 33% of the human-caused carbon footprint. Almost all the processes involved … Read more

Plasma Agriculture – The Agri-Tech revolution


Rising global, environmental and social challenges demand the need for innovative and enhanced resolutions in the field of food production and consumption. Solutions to viable food production to meet the need of the growing population requires innovations exceeding traditional patterns and eliminating adverse effect to the environment.Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) also known as Low-temperature plasma … Read more

Aquaponics: An Economically Sustainable Model of Cultivation

Aquaponics is the first and foremost form of specialized agriculture. It draws its roots from two forms of agricultural practices, namely aquaculture and hydroponics. Taking the best of both worlds, Aquaponics is a uniquely advantageous cultivation system that can work with minimal external inputs. The History There have been instances in the Aztec History, where … Read more

Smart farming

Satellites, 3D Printers, Drones- technology is changing the whole world and agriculture sector is catching up. The subsequent pace in serving food for the fast growing population involves the use of automated tractors, sensors, precision farming, etc to quantify farming in the most modern ways. In short, the vast collection of IOT devices have changed … Read more