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UPDATED: Pacific Oyster Health Meeting - January 2019

A meeting on Pacific Oyster Health will be held for industry on 31st January 2019 at the Marine Institute. The meeting is open to those involved in the Pacific Oyster industry in Ireland. Click the above link for further information and to register your interest.

Update on Crayfish Plague in Ireland

Crayfish Plague is recognised as a very significant threat to the survival of the globally threatened white-clawed crayfish, Austropotamobius pallipes, which is the only crayfish species native to Ireland. Crayfish plague is a highly infectious lethal disease caused by a fungal-like organism, Aphanomyces astaci, which infects white-clawed crayfish and can cause up to 100% mortality. The latest information on the presence of crayfish plague in Ireland can be found here.

Best Practice Guidelines for Pacific Oyster Producers for the 2017 Season

The best practice guidelines for Pacific Oyster Producers for the 2017 Season is available.