- Atlas of potential areas for cage aquaculture red sea
Atlas of potential areas for cage aquaculture red sea is one of FAO's programs in cooperation with Ministry of Agriculture in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The atlas includes comprehensive information about the main topics with regard to providing users with maps and images taken by satellites showing the sites determined according to authenticated information sources related to the criteria of selection the main sites within coastal water of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
- Aquaculture operations in floating HDPE cages
The document has been funded and produced in the framework of the Technical
Cooperation Programme between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Food and
Agriculture Organization of the United Nations during the implementation of two
unilateral trust fund projects, i.e. “Support to the Fish Farming Center (FFC), Jeddah,
Saudi Arabia” and “Strengthening and supporting further development of aquaculture
in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”.
The purpose of this manual is to provide a general overview of farming and management
techniques needed to operate high-density polyethylene (HDPE) floating fish-culture
cages, including the types of materials used, their technical specifications and operability.
- Proposal to Introduce ( vannamei) to KSA
This proposal for the introduction of whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei)2 to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for aquaculture development was prepared by an international team of experts at the behest of the Saudi Aquaculture Society (SAS).
- Manual of Biosecurity and SOP for Shrimp
The Biosecurity for the shrimp industry in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a priority due to the presence of exotic and endemic disease which pose a potential risk for this growing aquaculture industry. The objective of this Manual is to ensure the shrimp aquaculture sustainability by following the procedures and the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) described in this document
- Second Report – Events & Activities
In the second report, the General Secretary of Saudi Aquaculture Society sought to cover the most important activities and events held by the society during the last three years since establishment; 2012, 2013, and 2014.
SAS held several activities serving the sector and facilitates investment procedures and treating many obstacles facing public sectors during the previous years as well as holding many workshops and symposiums to enhance aquaculture, exchange information, and show experiments and experience.