WHAT IS IMTA?
The Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is acknowledged as a promising solution for the sustainable development of aquaculture.
IMTA refers to the integrated farming of several species from different trophic levels in close proximity. In IMTA, one species is intended to complete another. With the multi-trophic approach, aquaculture of fed organisms (finfish or shrimp) is combined with the culture of organisms that extract either dissolved inorganic nutrients (seaweeds) or particulate organic matter (shellfish) and hence, the biological and chemical processes at work balance each other.
New IMPAQT video on IMS
On the 26th of October 2020, IMPAQT together with Leitat launched a video on its IMS system. But what is the IMS? IMS stands for Integrated Management System (IMS): is a […]
Our Project Video is out now!
On the 6th of October 2020, IMPAQT has launched its project video. This specific material is part of WP6 on communication and dissemination. You soon be able to watch 5 […]
Successful seaweed farming with SAMS (video)
Join us on a short journey through SAMS Seaweed facilities and research, as we visit SAMS’ experimental seaweed farm near Oban on the beautiful west coast of Scotland, and the […]