20 September 2005 | Flavio Corsin, Michael Phillips, Pham Van Khang and Nguyen Tu Cuong | 416 Downloads | .pdf | 852.99 KB | Better management practices, Health and welfare, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, Training and education, Vietnam
This presentation provides an overview of Vietnamese experience on the implementation of better management Practices (BMPs) and good aquaculture practices (GAP) in shrimp aquaculture. Practices were implemented collectively by encouraging small-scale farmers to form groups that collaborate on issues such as screening seed for disease and improving water quality management. Improvements to crop outcomes were observed. The results presented include the profitability of BMP adopted ponds.
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.