Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa

Published on: 07/14/2017
Author/s : Niti Chuchird, Arunothai Keetanon, Cristina García-Diez, Álvaro Rodríguez Sánchez-Arévalo and Antonio Martínez

A phytobiotic was able to reduce Vibrio counts in intestine and hepatopancreas leading to an increase in survival and better health. Shrimp farming is growing very fast in recent years, due to the high profit margins which present a good opportunity for those with interest in this sector. In Asia the production of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) was more than 3 million tonnes in ...

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Hoang Do Van
Research Aquaculture
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
14/07/2017 | 14 July, 2017

It is very good information for my work.

I would like to translate this article into Vietnamese and dissemination for the shrimp in Vietnam?

Hoping to get the consent of the author

Best regard.
Cristina Garcia Diez
Aquaculture Specialist
Madrid, Spain
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
14/07/2017 | Hello Hoang,
Of course, go on with translation.
Regards,
Hoang Do Van
Research Aquaculture
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
14/07/2017 | Hello Cristina,

I am working at Research Institute for Aquaculture number II (RIAII) in Viet Nam, I will translate it to Vietnamese and upload on organization's website.

Thanks for your consent.

regards,
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
14/07/2017 | Thanks dear Cristina, I want to work for Bangladesh, if any chance, please let me know.

Thanks & best regards
Santosh Roy
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15/07/2017 | Christopher Hettiarachchi - Sri Lanka

Good laboratory scale trial. It would be very interesting to know the cost benefit analysis when applying this product in commercial scale. Also, any idea of MIC break points of this product against the pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain that causes AHPND/EMS and pathogenic Vibrio species that cause WFS. This information could give some idea whether lessor doses (less than 5kg/ton) can be applied.
sathishkumar
Msc - Biotechnology
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
15/07/2017 | very good information we will try it on India.thanks a lot for valuable information.
Hoang Do Van
Research Aquaculture
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
15/07/2017 | Dear Cristina,

I don't understand what is the Liptosa. Can you help me about it?

Thanks for your helping.
Dr. Juan Battaglia Aljaro DMV  AB&T, Chile
Dr. Juan Battaglia Aljaro DMV AB&T, Chile
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
16/07/2017 | Wow
Dr. Juan Battaglia Aljaro DMV  AB&T, Chile
Dr. Juan Battaglia Aljaro DMV AB&T, Chile
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
16/07/2017 | Felicidades Cristina....
Cristina Garcia Diez
Aquaculture Specialist
Madrid, Spain
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 |

Hello Hoang,

LIptosa is a Spanish manufacturer of additives phytobiotics and Liptoaqua is the aqua department. Our additives are natural growth promotors and immunostimulants working on gut health through prebiotics. We manufacture tailor made additives for each species and pathology. We have phytobiotics for fish and shrimp regarding the different pathologies: bacteria (gram + and -), intracellular parasites (gregarines) and ectoparasites( gill and skin such as monogenea, gyrodactilus, trichodinas...), etc.

Please, once you have the translation done and uploaded I would appreciate you send me the link to cristina.garcia@liptosa.com

Regards,

Subashni Bhoopathy
Research Scholar
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 | What binders have you used to reduce the leaching of phytobiotic? Also how can the reduction in FCR be interpreted on comparision to the control?
Hoang Do Van
Research Aquaculture
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 | Hello Cristina,

Thanks for your Information.

When I finish my translation I will upload and sent it to your link.

Regards,
Cristina Garcia Diez
Aquaculture Specialist
Madrid, Spain
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 |

Dear Subashni Bhoopathy,
I Think Dr. Niti used fish oil to bind the feed with our phytobiotic.
About the FCR, these prebiotics are immunostimulants helping the animal grow better and more efficiently, the better health has the shrimp the better will eat, therefore nutrient absorption is more effective and so the animal grows faster, improving zootechnical parameters as FCR, ABW, SV.
Regards,

Madrid, Spain
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 |

Dera Dr. Christopher Hettiarachchi. Thanks for your comments.
Regarding your questions
Liptofry has a strong bacteriostatic power so is useful to reduce v. Parahemliticus concentration during clinical episodes.
Doses must be applied according to rate feeding.
Recommended doses 3-5 Kg/Mt feed .; other positives effects of Liptofry such as better growth appears in this range of use.
Regards.

Subashni Bhoopathy
Research Scholar
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 | Dear Cristina Garcia Diez, How did you come up 3-5 kg/tonne value? Why should one not use less than 3 kg/ tonne? And since there is a decrease in the survival rate of shrimps on using 8 kg/tonne, can this phytobiotic be toxic? Did you analyse the toxicity of your compound?
Cristina Garcia Diez
Aquaculture Specialist
Madrid, Spain
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 |

Dear Subashni,

The MIC done at Kasetsart University showed a concentration of 10mg/ml at 10*6 CFU for V.parahaemolyticus white feces and EMS strains. Feed intake % was the same for the 3 batches. With phytobiotics not always the best dose is the higher. Plants can have a strong flavour and sometimes animals just reduce the intake because of that, that is why lower doses sometimes shows better results.

Despite we have not done toxicity analyses to this specific phytobiotic, from our experience we know we are far from the maximum level of toxicity. Of course, you can use doses below 3kg, as said, that depends on % feed intake, as well as on results you want to achieve, maybe you just want to use it as a growth promoter or as bactericidal or intermittently, etc. But our recommendation is 3-5kg/Mt at first instance.

For any more detail info please you can also contact me at Cristina.garcia@liptosa.com

Subashni Bhoopathy
Research Scholar
Re: Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa
17/07/2017 | Thanks Dr. Cristina
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