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Training and technology transfer in Indonesia

Technical Support in Aquaculture can take many forms, including consulting, training, research, and technology transfer. These various services help producers optimize their operations and increase production efficiency. While considering all aspects necessary, we keep training and technology transfer at the top of our list.

Hands-on training can teach producers and their employees the latest techniques and technologies for fish and shrimp rearing, disease prevention and harvest. Technology transfer is an essential part of aquaculture technical support. This involves disseminating information through various channels (publications, websites, workshops, etc.) so that producers can stay up-to-date on the latest trends and best practices in the industry, which can help them remain competitive and sustainable over the long term.

We have conducted multiple trainings worldwide, where farmers have been keen on learning how to assess and detect irregularities.


EHP disease training

With a commitment to maintaining sustainability and quality in Penaeus vannamei shrimp farming, INVE Aquaculture partnered with DELOS to conduct training on EHP (Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei) disease to enhance the skills of the DELOS team in dealing with potential disease challenges during shrimp farming.


With seven workshops over five days, our technical support experts thoroughly covered all aspects of EHP disease, including the characteristics and symptoms of the disease and how to detect EHP. The training focuses on early recognition and preventive measures, which are critical to addressing this disease before it spreads to the entire shrimp population. EHP seriously impacts aquaculture productivity, causing a significant reduction in growth, a rise in production costs, and a shrimp harvest that can be highly variable in size – all resulting in loss to farmers.


During the training, participants were taught lab techniques to identify and confirm the presence of EHP in shrimp samples to be more accurate in promptly taking correct preventive actions.

Want to know more about this training? Click here and check out DELOS website.


Fish hatchery seminar

INVE Aquaculture’s activities in developing the marine fish segment stretch back decades. Today, we are still closely involved and very much dedicated to sharing our experience by spreading knowledge of practices, techniques, and technologies for broodstock, larval rearing, and nursery phases of marine fish culture.


In a seminar organized by INVE for fish farmers, there was a focus on best practices best practices for the hatchery phase of grouper and Asian seabass (barramundi). As high-quality live feed is a crucial aspect of marine fish larval rearing, much attention was given to the SEP-Art technology and tools that allow for easy separation of Artemia nauplii from cysts and to the enrichment of rotifers and Artemia to enhance nutritional value. Other important topics discussed were dry diets and biosecurity in live feed preparation and during larval rearing.


Besides knowledge sharing, the seminar allowed attendees to get close to INVE’s portfolio to see and feel the products and technologies. In preparation and during this seminar, INVE Aquaculture was supported by the team of BRIN Gondol.


Technical support

Aquaculture technical support plays a vital role in the success of the aquaculture industry. By providing consultation, training, research, and technology transfer, experts can help producers overcome technical challenges and optimize their operations, leading to increased productivity, profitability, and sustainability.

How can we help you to get the best results today? Send us a request or share your concerns with us here.


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