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Seminar on Tilapia Fish Disease Study (Steptococosis) and Convention & Exhibition Catfish From Farm to Consumer

07 November 2014 - The Director of Research congratulate to NAfisH on organazing a seminar on Tilapia Fish Disease Study (Steptococosis) 2014, at Corus Hotel, KL on October 14, 2014. He also expressed his thankful to FRI Glami-Lemi on organizing the Convention & Exhibition Catfish From Farm to Consumer on 27-28 October 2014 which held at FRI Glami-Lemi.

SIREHMAX for Maximum Protection Against Bacterial Diseases of Fish

16 December 2015 - SIREHMEX is a unique herbal extract effectively proven as prevention and treatment against common bacterial diseases in cultured fish. It can easily mix to feed and given to fish for maximum protection against bacterial diseases such as Vibriosis, Aeromoniasis and Streptococcosis. Hydrochavicol, the main compound presence in the extract, is responsible for the antimicrobial activit. A dose study using SIREHMAX showed that 100 ppm of the extract offered maximum protection against bacterial disease.

Survey on the Awareness, Acceptance and Preference of GIFT Tilapia in Malaysia


09 March 2017 -The aims of this survey are to evaluate the consumer awareness and acceptance towards GIFT tilapia in Malaysia and consumer preference of GIFT tilapia compared to red tilapia. The result of previous study on the acceptance of Gift tilapia among the Malaysian farmers indicated one of the main factor cause their interest not to culture GIFT tilapia is due to the unappealing physical appearance that make it less demand compared to red tilapia. This survey was conducted from 2-4 December 2016 during the “Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture & Agro-tourism (MAHA) 2016” exhibition using a set of questionnaires and sensory evaluation test. The results showed that more than half of the respondent (62.5%) is not aware of the presence of GIFT tilapia. More than 80% of the consumer participated in the acceptance test like all of the GIFT attributes. There is a significant preference (P<0.05) among the consumers towards appearance, taste and texture of the red compared to GIFT tilapia. The promotion of GIFT Tilapia should be increased in order to accomplish the Department of Fisheries Malaysia (DOF) target to produce more GIFT tilapia.