Combined Effects of Ammonia & Nitrite Toxicity on Growth, Survivals of Vannamei Shrimps in Low Saline Culture Ponds

Published on: 10/09/2021
Author/s : Dr. Prakash Chandra Behera / Ph.D. (Aquaculture), General Manager, PVS GROUP.

IntroductionShrimp farming is one of the most important aquaculture practices worldwide. In shrimp-farming operations, one of the primary wastes of concern is nitrogen. The built-up of nitrogenous waste in the form of ammonia, nitrite and nitrate from the shrimp continuously degrade the culture environment. Ammonia is excreted by animals and also arises from decomposing organic solids such as unea...

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April 19, 2022
It was a nice blog about on toxic gases in farming and mean while reading line by line I found mistake in value ( Hardness - 40-4000 ppm) in parameters vs standred values. Is it right sir?
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