DuPont Chemicals & Fluoroproducts (DC&F) Aquaculture

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DuPont Chemicals & Fluoroproducts (DC&F) Aquaculture

  1. 1. ASEAN Media Forum DuPont Chemicals & Fluoroproducts (DC&F) AquacultureFebruary 15, 2011Thailand Aquaculture Team
  2. 2. 2 Agenda 10:05am Greeting, welcome and Safety contact Suntaree 10.10am Introduce "Tha Sa-arn" shrimp farm Kittipon 10.15am Overview of shrimp industry Kalayanee 10.20am Biosecurity in shrimp farm and DuPont innovation Supornchai 10:30am Demonstration of applying Virkon (R) Aquatic in the shrimp pond Kittipon/ Pichet 11:00am Wrap up and Q&A3/2/2011
  3. 3. 4 Tha sa-arn Farm Location Tambon Tha sa an Amphoe Bang Pakong Chachoensao Province Thailand Area 15 hectares Office zone Culture zone 15 ponds (1Ha/pond) Shrimp density 75 pcs./m2 Pond depth 1.8 m Production 180 MT/crop (2 crops/year) Farm manager: Mr. Kittipong Wongkosonjit3/2/2011
  4. 4. 6 Overview of Shrimp Industry • The economic recovery led to brisk shrimp trading in the 1H of 2010. • Demand exceeded supply, and prices moved up sharply. • All main markets reported increased imports in the first quarter of 2010. • The weakening of the EU impacted the world shrimp market in the second quarter, and more shrimp was aimed at the US and the Japanese market instead. • The Gulf of Mexico oil spill resulted in very low US shrimp production, leading to more demand for imported shrimp. • Prices are likely to increase and stabilize at a high level in late 2010. Source: Shrimp Market Report - November 2010, Aquafind, Aquatic Fish Database http://aquafind.com/reports/ShrimpReport.php3/2/2011
  5. 5. 7 Thailand is a Leader in Aquaculture Industry Global Shrimp Production Shrimp Production (MT) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 Thailand China Vietnam Indonesia India Malaysia Philippines Total Central and South America Source: • The Global Aquaculture Advocate (The Global Magazine for Farmed Seafood), Global Production Estimates Key Element of GOAL 2010 Program, Global Aquaculture Alliance, 5661 Telegraph Road, Suite 3A, St. Louis, Missouri 63129, USA). Volume 14, Issue-1, Page 10, January/February 2011. • Production in 2010 and estimated in 2011 by Dr. Somsak Paneetatayasai, Thailand Shrimp Day Event, Suratthani, Feb 12-13, 20113/2/2011
  6. 6. 8 Shrimp Consumption has been increasing The US, Japan are Top Two Shrimp Importing Countries3/2/2011
  7. 7. 10 Biosecurity in shrimp farm Biosecurity can be defined as The protection of plants, animals (including humans and associated activities) and the wider environment from the unwanted impacts of biological agents including diseases and pests. • Biosecurity can be applied at various levels. • In the context of aquatic animal disease, this can range from managing the health of individual ponds, through whole commercial enterprise to national or international biosecurity.Source: Perera, R.P., Jones, B., Beers, P., Kleeman, S. and McGladdery, S. 2008. Maintaining biosecurity inaquaculture systems: a constraint or a challenge, pp. 3-20.3/2/2011
  8. 8. 11 What “Biosecurity” Means to Customers? Consumers • Food safety cautious • High quality shrimp meat Shrimp Farmers • No pathogen in shrimp farms • Prolong day of culture (DOC) to reach desirable shrimp size • No residue left in shrimp meat3/2/2011
  9. 9. 12 Biosecurity Prevents Disease Transmission Resulted on healthy shrimp for a healthy life3/2/2011
  10. 10. 13 Challenges in Managing Shrimp Farm • Inappropriate “Pond Preparation” • Virus contamination from the infected ponds by seepage.3/2/2011
  11. 11. 14 Challenges in Managing Shrimp Farm • Contamination from untreated additional water • Contamination from carriers.3/2/2011
  12. 12. 15 Challenges in Managing Shrimp Farm • Contamination from birds. • Contamination from a normal practice in the farm.3/2/2011
  13. 13. 16 Results of Low Level of Biosecurity Economic loss by Virus Outbreak!3/2/2011
  14. 14. 17 Benefit of Virkon® Aquatic to Biosecurity Value Proposition Virkon Aquatic can be used to prevent the occurrence of shrimp disease while the farmers apply the products during pond preparation as well as grow-out farms Benefits to shrimp farmers • Prevent shrimp disease • Improve shrimp survival rate • Jump across a critical period3/2/2011
  15. 15. 18 DuPont set out to provide collaborative innovation We have an opportunity to collaborate through innovation to provide solutions for Biosecurity issues. Carriers control Disinfectant product Other aquatic chemical inputs3/2/2011
  16. 16. 19 DuPont Innovation for Biosecurity Carriers control Disinfe product ctant Other aquatic chemica l inputs3/2/2011
  17. 17. 21 Procedure to observe Virkon® Aquatic Application 1. Wear boots provided 2. Disinfect the boots to prevent any contamination 3. Enter the shrimp farming area3/2/2011
  18. 18. 22 Safety Tips in the Pond • Boots to be worn at all time. • In culture zone, the features of walkway is stone and not smooth. • Stay 50 cm away from the edge of ponds • Do not touch or get closer to any electrical equipment • Wear sunglasses and/ or hats to protect yourself from the sun. • Have fun!!3/2/2011
  19. 19. 1For further informationPlease communicate withRicky Law, DuPont ASEAN PA ManagerRicky-Fu-Ming.Law@sgp.dupont.com

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