Using Ozone (O3) for water treatment in shrimp ponds

Using Ozone (O3) for water treatment in shrimp ponds

Ozone (O3) is a strong oxidant, often unstable, easily decomposed into oxygen. In aquaculture, O3 is used for disinfection, reducing turbidity, reducing pesticides and limiting water pollution, helping shrimp and fish grow well.O3 essenceIn nature, O3 is created when there is thunder, in the O3 industry is formed by discharging in normal air or pure oxygen. O3 in water reacts with water immediately, the higher the pH (salty and brackish water), the greater is the…

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The attention on shrimp Breeder was raised at the beginning

Selecting appropriate and quality food is an extremely important job, contributing to helping shrimp develop smoothly. According to perennial shrimp farmers, shrimp feed is mainly divided into: Natural food:The food is available in the pond, including plankton (animal and phytoplankton), microorganisms, organic residue, plants, … living in the water. Usually, one of the main purposes of creating water color for a few days before stocking shrimp is to create a natural food source for farmed shrimp….

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Shrimp pond – Location selection and how to construction

Choosing a pond construction site is a very important issue that has a great impact on the investment, construction and risk in the future. 1. Location – The area is water-free, with an easily accessible drainage system, with saltwater source (if there is fresh water source). – Have good grid power, good traffic and good security, near to the shrimp farming. 2. Terrain, geology – Shrimp ponds should be built in high tide areas. –…

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How to alkalinity management and water hardness in shrimp ponds.

How to alkalinity management and water hardness in shrimp ponds.

In this article, we would like to share with you the problems of alkalinity management and water hardness in shrimp ponds. 1. Alkalinity– Alkalinity is the ability to buffer the pH of water. The amount of base present in water is the total alkalinity. Common bases in aquaculture ponds are Carbonate, Bicarbonate, Hydroxyte, Phosphates and Berates. Carbonate (CO32-) and Bicarbonate (HCO3-) are the two most common bases and major constituents of alkali. Total alkalinity is…

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Method of water coloring in shrimp ponds

Method of water coloring in shrimp ponds

After preparing ponds and water coloring, this is aimed at developing phytoplankton to stabilize water color and create a favorable environment for shrimp to develop rapidly, increasing survival rate. Some effective coloring methods are as follows: 1. Method 1: According to formula 2: 1: 2 (2 kg rice bran or maize bran + 1 kg fish meal + 2 kg soybean meal). Mix the mixture well then cooked, cover for 2 – 3 days. Use…

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Biofloc technology in intensive shrimp culture

Biofloc technology was initiated by Professor Yoram Avnimelech in Israel and first applied by Robins McIntosh in intensive shrimp farming in Belize, Indonesia. Let’s follow the details in this article to learn about a new technology that has recently been adopted in the shrimp industryThe biofloc system was developed to improve environmental control in aquaculture. Usually, high density shrimp farming requires a waste treatment system. The biofloc system allows organic waste and microorganism groups to…

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Factors that play a key role in the tiger shrimp industry

In addition to the important factors affecting the result of the crop is the quality of seed, tiger shrimp farmers need to consider many other factors. Environment The environment has a very important meaning in shrimp farming, making a lot of decisions on the success or failure of the crop. Therefore, in the process of raising, farmers should pay attention to good management of environmental factors by stabilizing the water environment in the pond, managing…

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