Biosecurity in Shrimp Farming

Biosecurity is the practice of protecting a farm orchard from the introduction of unwanted organisms. Many different methods are used to keep pests and diseases at bay, but one of the most common is the use of biocontainment facilities. These facilities enclose a crop in an environment that is controlled to prevent the spread of pests and diseases.

Biosecurity is an important part of shrimp farming. It involves protecting the environment and the shrimp from diseases. Biosecurity includes measures to prevent the entry of pests and diseases, and to control how the shrimp are grown.

iosecurity measures in shrimp farming:-

  • Biosecurity measures at the time of stocking
  • Biosecurity measures at the initial time of culture period
  • Biosecurity measures during mid culture period
  • Biosecurity measures at the end of culture period