Prawn disease in Sabah negligible, under control - The Borneo Post

TAWAU: Incidence of disease affecting shrimps or prawns in Sabah is almost negligible and under control as there has been no reported outbreak of any such disease so far, says the Department of Fisheries Malaysia.

Its director general, Dato’ Ahamad Sabki bin Mahmood, disclosed that a bio-survey unit had been set up in Sabah to monitor and carry out sample testing of prawn production from time to time to detect the disease, if any, on the prawns here. They will undertake sampling on soil, water and prawn for detection of any disease.

Besides that, the research and development (R & D) unit is also carrying out research to prevent or eliminate disease, such as the white spot disease on tiger prawns (penaeus monodon).

Ahamad Sabki said this at a press conference after officiating at the shipment of the 200th container of prawns for export under a National Key Economic Area project at Pegagau Specialty Farming Sdn Bhd, Umas-Umas near here yesterday morning.

Phytosanitary in Guatemala - CentralAmericaData :: The Regional Business Portal

The Department of Agriculture (USDA), through Service and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has issued an update on the Federal Order to Tuta absoluta (Meyrick), affecting Costa Rica. This applies to all shipments arriving into the United States from August 20.

The standard adopted by the Council of Ministers of Economic Integration aims to eliminate border controls imposed 15 days to advise of imports or exports.

The items Crhoy reports that "... Some representatives of the private sector in Central criticized a directive that took effect this month, which imposes new SPS measures for exports and imports, which was approved by the Council of Ministers Central American Economic Integration (Comieco). " On the contrary ..., Costa Rican exporters "... say they have had no problems at the moment and they are ready, rather recognize that facilitates trade."

Regional Trade: New phytosanitary requirements

As of July 17 will apply health risk categorization of products and shipping notice 15 days will be required to import those tagged as "high risk."

CDC Progress on Laboratory Safety | Media Statement | CDC Online Newsroom | CDC

CDC Progress on Laboratory Safety

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today released a series of updates and actions taken showing its progress in laboratory safety. CDC reported on its response to the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS) Agricultural Select Agent Program’s (ASAP), part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, summary of findings on the anthrax incident. CDC also reported findings of an internal CDC investigation on the H5N1 flu lab incident, and actions taken in response to findings of both the APHIS and CDC investigations into the H5N1 incident.

FIS - Worldnews in Brief - IN BRIEF - Increased efforts to save crayfish after plague spreads to another Dorset river -

Crayfish plague has been found on Dorset’s River Allen following an investigation by the Environment Agency and Dorset Wildlife Trust.

Until recently the river Allen’s native white-clawed crayfish population, one of the few remaining in Dorset, has managed to remain free from disease but dead and distressed crayfish were recently spotted in the river in July 2014.

Samples were sent to the Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science for disease analysis and they have now confirmed that the crayfish are infected with crayfish plague.

“The crayfish plague is carried by non-native American signal crayfish, which are not susceptible to it and are present in many of our Dorset Rivers.

It is transferred to new waters either through the movement of the signal crayfish or by water and/or damp equipment that has come from waters that contain signal crayfish. It is not clear yet how the disease reached the River Allen,” said Andy Martin for the Environment Agency.

4,500 citrus plants destroyed

They were transported without obey the rules. These actions of SENASA, are intended to preserve the Argentine phytosanitary status and prevent entry of Huanglongbing (HLB).

The National Health Service and Food Quality (SENASA) has seized and destroyed, 4,500 citrus plants, which were transported in 90 bags of 50 plants each no documentation to back its origin and health status, breach prevention regulations of Huanglongbing (HLB) .

The procedure is conducted by staff of the National Guard along with Regional Center staff SENASA Entre Rios on August 11, at the intersection of Highway 14 and National Provincial Route 28, in the said Province.

The State makes such controls in order to prevent the introduction and spread of pests and diseases such as HLB, and thus preserve the Argentine phytozoosanitary status.

Crisis Committee formed for Huanglongbing in Argentina

The project entered Deputies. The space would be made by the Federation of Citrus, Production, INTA, SENASA, among others. The national government ruled a law on the subject.

Paraná. (RN). The block of deputies of the UCR presented a draft resolution to be believed in the province a Crisis Committee to prevent the spread of Huanglongbing (HLB), a pest that affects citrus and threatens to reach entrerriano territory Monday. the committee, according to the initiative which agreed Recintonet, shall consist of the Federation of Citrus Entre Ríos, the Ministry of Production, representatives of the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA), the National Health Service and Food Quality (SENASA ) of Export Chamber of Citrus and citrus entrerrianas concerning the locations. They must take "necessary measures urgently to eradicate the Nurseries open".

Koi herpesvirus disease outbreak confirmed in Staffordshire - Press releases - GOV.UK

An outbreak of KHV disease has been confirmed at Baden Hall Fishery, Baden Hall, Eccleshall, Stafford, Staffordshire.

The site is now subject to statutory controls to prevent or limit the spread of the disease. The Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) at Cefas, acting on behalf of Defra has issued a confirmed designation prohibiting the movement of fish to, from and within the fishery complex.

Fishery equipment disinfection and movement control measures are also now in place and anglers must ensure that they comply with all biosecurity measures within the designated area.

The fishery owner voluntarily closed the affected water in advance of official controls and the problem was reported the problem for further investigation.

KHV has no implications for human health. It is nonetheless, a serious viral disease of fish, and is notifiable in the United Kingdom. KHV affects all varieties of common and ornamental carp (Cyprinus carpio) including carp hybrids and can result in high rates of fish mortalities.

Huanglongbing in Argentina

If something has no cure, the only solution is prevention ... but something was not done right

The HLB is on the table for discussion. It is not possible that this disease is neglected. It is not possible for those who must make decisions deviate sight. But the issue is hardly new. The disease Huanglongbing (HLB, or Greening, or ex Greening) was first described in China in 1943, but was detected in Brazil, Sao Paulo State, in February 2004, and there began the warnings in the region, we agree , were not heard as it should be.

The disease is not harmful to humans but is deadly for infected plants, so from the beginning it was suggested that the only way to avoid it was prevention.

High-risk diseases discarded in farmed trout - FIS

Trout rainbow. (Photo: Stock File)

CHILE Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 00:40 (GMT + 9)

The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service (SERNAPESCA) ensures that in Chile there are no diseases considered as being high risk for farmed trout, such as viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS), alphavirus infection (SAV) and infectious haematopoietic necrosis (IHN), among others.

SERNAPESCA reported that the preliminary results of an investigation initiated in September 2012 confirmed that nonspecific clinical findings detected in farmed trout are not attributable to any of the diseases listed by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) for this resource.

Although the mortality recorded this year is lower than in the same period in 2013, SERNAPESCA indicated that it will continue reporting on the progress of the study.

"As it was established by the Diagnostic Trial Manual for OIE Aquatic Animals and after analyzing about 1,000 samples, at present it is possible to rule out that we are experiencing one of the diseases considered as high risk for this species," deputy director of Aquaculture Service Alicia Gallardo pointed out.

The NDP's plans for the banana industry

The Unity Labour Party (ULP) administration must take the blame and responsibility for the demise of agriculture and more so the death of the banana industry in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The ULP government has deliberately set out to systematically destroy the banana industry; thus, making our hard working and honest farmers dependent on the government so that they can control them whenever the general elections are called. Early in the life of this administration, the government took control of the Banana Growers Association. The government then removed the credit facility which was established to assist farmers with their inputs; hence, making it extremely difficult for them to purchase fertilizer, insecticide and other inputs.


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