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Ho Chi Minh City's coastal district of Can Gio is preparing for a three-year project to minimize the impact of diseases on shrimp farming and to improve the quality of farmed shrimp through what is called Good Aquaculture Practices (GAPs). Specifically, the project aims to reduce the incidence of the whitespot and yellowhead viruses. The project will cover 40 hectares and 45 shrimp farms owned by 18 farmers in the Ly Nhon Commune.

The project's concept, mapped out by the Ministry of Fisheries, has been successfully applied in Binh Dai Commune in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre for the last several years.

Farmers will receive information on pond preparation, breeding, feeding, and the use and management of chemicals and bio-products for water treatment.

Shrimp diseases increase during the cooler months of the year, so the project will encourage farmers to raise shrimp during the warmest months, March through October, and crabs and fish during the cooler months.

The Can Gio region has some 6,000 hectares of shrimp ponds scattered across the Ly Nhon, An Thoi Dong, Binh Khanh and Tam Thon Hiep communes, all of which began converting to shrimp farming from rice farming in 1998. Shrimp farming has helped some poor families escape from poverty--and some rich people find it.

Source: Saigon Times. Can Gio pilots environment improvement project for shrimp (http://www.saigontimes.com.vn/daily/detail.asp?muc=1&Sobao=2920&SoTT=7). Dinh Dung. April 17, 2007
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