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Jiujiang City issued tidal flat plan for aquaculture waters, aquaculture is prohibited in 94 plots

Jiujiang City issued tidal flat plan for aquaculture waters, aquaculture is prohibited in 94 plots

In order to accelerate the transformation of fishery development mode in Jiujiang City, promote the transformation and upgrading of fishery industry, build an aquaculture industry system, promote the sustainable development of aquaculture industry, and improve the quality and efficiency of fishery development, Jiujiang City has recently issued the "Jiujiang Aquaculture Beach Flats Plan (2018) -2030) "(hereinafter referred to as" Planning "). The "Planning" will stipulate banned breeding areas, restricted breeding areas and breeding areas in the tidal flat functional areas of breeding waters, establish a classification management system for different functional areas, and clarify the scope of tidal flat functional areas in breeding waters. It is reported that the period of the Plan is from 2018 to 2030, and the base year is 2017. By planning the tidal flats of aquaculture waters within the city of Jiujiang City, the tasks of standardizing demarcation of aquaculture areas, optimizing the aquaculture industry structure, reducing aquaculture pollution emissions, and developing ecological water purification fisheries will be focused on hoping to eventually achieve a reasonable spatial layout of fishery waters and aquaculture. The waters have clear functional areas, promote healthy ecological breeding models, and build a modern fishery industry system, to further promote the healthy and sustainable development of fisheries in Jiujiang City, and ensure that fishery production safety and quality and safety are steadily improved. 的 The aquaculture waters in this plan refer to all waters and tidal flats within the jurisdiction of Jiujiang City that have undergone aquaculture development and utilization and that have not yet been developed but are suitable for aquaculture development and utilization. The "Planning" divides the tidal flat functional areas of the breeding waters into: prohibited breeding areas, restricted breeding areas, and breeding areas. Aquaculture activities are prohibited in key areas of the aquaculture zone; pollution prevention measures should be adopted for aquaculture in key areas of the aquaculture zone. Pollutant emissions must not exceed the national and local standards for pollutant discharge. Fence culture is carried out in natural waters; the breeding areas include pond breeding areas, lake breeding areas, reservoir breeding areas, and rice-fish comprehensive breeding areas. The "Planning" also proposes to focus on the development of tidal flats that are suitable for aquaculture outside the banned and restricted aquaculture areas, and to plan tidal flat development and key protected areas for aquaculture, and maintain ecological protection zones and centralized drinking water source protection zones for biodiversity. , Urban planning control areas, basic farmland protection areas and other areas for key protection.
2019-11-05 View: 12
Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow, opening a new chapter in prosperous trade

Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow, opening a new chapter in prosperous trade

Norwegian seafood at Asian International Fisheries Fair, Asia's largest aquatic industry event On October 31, Beijing / On October 31, the Norwegian Seafood Agency successfully held a media sharing meeting at the Norwegian Embassy in Beijing. Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of the Norwegian Fisheries and Seafood Department, visited the scene and shared the latest trends and market developments of Sino-Norwegian seafood trade relations. Harald T. Nesvik visited China from October 29 to October 31, during which he also attended the Norway-China Seafood Summit and China International Fisheries Expo, and met with Chinese representatives and stakeholders to inject new value into Sino-Norwegian seafood trade. kinetic energy. Norwegian seafood exports to China lead the world Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow vigorously and are expected to maintain growth. As of the end of the third quarter of 2019, Norwegian seafood exports to China totaled close to 112,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 14%, to 3.6 billion Norwegian kroner (about 2.793 billion yuan). So far this year, China has become the fastest growing market for Norwegian seafood exports. "China is Norway's most important trading partner in Asia. I am very happy that Norwegian marine production has performed so brightly in the Chinese market," said Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of Fisheries and Seafood of Norway. "During my visit to China, I witnessed With the close cooperation between the Chinese and Norwegian maritime industries, I look forward to the long-term and stable trade cooperation between the seafood industries of the two countries and achieving mutual benefits and win-win results. " Favored by consumers, Norwegian seafood accelerates exports to China In the first three quarters of 2019, the export volume of Norwegian fresh salmon to China rose by 92%. Driven by it, Norwegian Arctic cod, Norwegian blue croaker and other species also performed well in China. The total exports of Norwegian Arctic cod to China in the first three quarters increased by 20% to 722 million Norwegian kroner (about 557 million yuan). Norwegian blue-and-white mackerel exports also surged by 85% to a total of about 19,700 tons. The origin determines the quality, and the origin is an important reference index for the quality and taste of seafood. 90% of consumers consider origin to be very important when buying seafood. 44% of Chinese consumers choose Norway as the first choice for seafood. With the continuous rise in Norwegian seafood recognition and consumer demand, Norwegian seafood exports to China are expected to make new breakthroughs. Sino-Norwegian Industries Join Hands The growing demand of Chinese consumers for nutritious and delicious seafood has brought huge market opportunities for the Norwegian seafood industry. Sino-Norwegian maritime industries work together to reach a cooperation and continuously promote the win-win situation of the seafood industry of the two countries. In order to deepen cooperation and promote industrial upgrading and exchanges, the Norwegian Seafood Agency organized the "Norway-China Seafood Summit" in 2019 to focus on seafood trade. At the summit, more than 300 partners from various links in the industry chain gathered to exchange market insights and explore new agreements. Ms. Bovia, Director of Mainland China and Hong Kong of the Norwegian Seafood Agency, said: "The Norwegian Seafood Agency's market research shows that Norway is the most popular seafood producing place for Chinese consumers. The Norwegian seafood is longer than the cold and clear waters of Norway and caters to Chinese consumption Demand preferences. " Norwegian seafood has huge market potential in China. As many high-quality Norwegian seafood have entered China, Norwegian seafood has opened a new chapter in prosperous trade. In November, the Norwegian Seafood Agency will work with a number of Norwegian seafood companies to appear at the Second China International Import Expo and showcase Norwegian seafood at the 8.2H Norwegian joint booth at the Food and Agricultural Products Pavilion. About Norwegian Seafood Agency The Norwegian Seafood Agency is affiliated with the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, and cooperates with the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture industry to develop the Norwegian seafood market through local market intelligence, market development and reputation risk management. The Norwegian seafood industry finances the activities of the Norwegian Seafood Agency by imposing tariffs on all Norwegian seafood exports.
2019-11-04 View: 4
Forum on Aquaculture and Green Processing Development Held, Industry Convergence Sounds Trumpet for Modern Fisheries Development

Forum on Aquaculture and Green Processing Development Held, Industry Convergence Sounds Trumpet for Modern Fisheries Development

On the afternoon of October 31, the "Aquaculture Healthy Aquaculture and Green Processing Mechanization Development Forum" hosted by the China Agricultural Machinery Circulation Association was held at the Westin Conference Center. The forum was chaired by Meng Xiangbao, deputy director of the Guangdong Modern Agricultural Equipment Research Institute. Gang, Zhang Linquan, Huang Jiayu, He Xiaodong, Yang Dantong and other five heavyweight experts and scholars brought professional reports, discussed the development direction of aquaculture healthy aquaculture and mechanized processing, and shared the latest research and development achievements in this field. China is a large aquaculture country. The total number of aquatic products has ranked first in the world for more than 30 consecutive years since 1989. According to the "Analysis Report on China's Aquaculture Industry 2019", the national aquatic product output in 2018 was 64.69 million tons, of which about It accounts for 60% and seawater is about 40%. In terms of regional distribution, China's aquatic product output is mainly distributed on the southeast coast. Among them, Shandong ranked first with 13.5%, and Guangdong and Jiangsu ranked second and third with 12%. Meng Xiangbao, Deputy Director of Guangdong Modern Agricultural Equipment Research Institute We are a large aquatic country, but we are not a strong aquatic country. Domestic aquaculture also has problems such as imperfect technical systems, low levels of water and feed resource utilization, high energy consumption, expensive employment costs, and breeding pollution. The focus of this forum is how to use the technology of fisheries, fishing machinery, green processing and information fusion to solve aquaculture in the information age. Prof. Tong Jinggang brought a report entitled "Aquatic Product Processing Equipment". Professor Ge focused on the processing technology and processing equipment of scallops and prawns, and analyzed the advantages and disadvantages of related processing equipment at home and abroad. He said that 80% of domestic scallop processing is dependent on labor, which is inefficient and difficult to meet food safety requirements, and mechanized operations are urgently needed. Later, Professor Ge made a detailed explanation of the shrimp processing equipment and the technical principles of each link. Professor Zhang Linquan brought a report entitled "Discussion on Technology and Equipment for Prawn Stripping Processing". He pointed out that the key to the transformation, upgrading and transformation of aquatic product processing models in the new era lies in the integration and development of mechanization, informationization, intelligence and greening. Photoelectric encoders, Hall-type speed sensors, flow sensors, and pressure transmitters are used to detect key parameters of the peeling mechanism and machine vision shrimp shape information detection. This is the key to intelligent control of shrimp shelling. Modern Agriculture in Guangdong Province The Equipment Research Institute has made significant research progress in this field. Dr. Huang Jiazheng brought a report entitled "Precise Measurement and Control of Aquaculture Healthy Aquaculture Cooperating with Cloud Computing". The report starts with the problems encountered by the government, breeding enterprises and individual farmers in the development of fisheries aquaculture and industry, and proposes a "data cloud" collaboratively empowering aquaculture upgrade model. Through the “ends” (sensors) distributed in each breeding area, real-time acquisition of breeding data is uploaded to the cloud platform, and the cloud outputs the standardized breeding model through corresponding algorithms and big data analysis, achieving the wisdom of real-time monitoring, online management, and automatic oxygenation feeding Fishery culture model. This model has been successfully verified in the cultivation of sea bass in Doumen Sea, Zhuhai. He Xiaodong brought a report entitled "Key Technologies and Equipment for Fish Industry Chain Processing". The fish processing rate in developed countries exceeds 80%, China's rate is less than 30%, and the deep processing rate is less than 10%. The development of high value-added fish deep processing industry is difficult to develop rapidly due to many technologies. He Xiaodong analyzed in detail the fish industry chain processing technology, and the research directions of the four fish industry chain processing equipment of Shandong Agricultural Machinery Institute: descaling, descaling, meat removal and by-product utilization. In the next step, Shandong Agricultural Machinery Institute will focus on “marine pastures” and “fisheries Internet of Things” to make key research and breakthroughs to promote the rapid development of healthy aquaculture and green processing. Associate Professor Yang Dantong brought a report entitled "Aquatic Oxygenation Technology". Professor Yang said that t
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