Optimizing tilapia biofloc technology systems, part 3

Published on: 09/25/2018
Author/s : Ramon M. Kourie / Chief Technical Officer, SustAqua Fish Farm.

Comparative economics and environmental performance vs. conventional grow-out systems Harvesting tilapia from cages in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe.   Biofloc technology (BFT) promises to revolutionize tilapia and shrimp aquaculture industries globally. In fact, leading scientists believe that harnessing the flow of microbes to fish represents the next revolution in food production (see part 1 ...

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Biplab Banerjee Biplab Banerjee
M.Sc in Zoology, Ph.D
September 25, 2018
Outstanding report on Tilapia culture through BFT system. Thank you.
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October 2, 2018

Thanks for the good ideas to bring it. Now I know a lot more.

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November 13, 2018
Good Day Ray

Thank you for sharing this cultivation knowledge with us. Please always share knowledge related to aquaculture to me.


Regards,

Robin
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November 14, 2018
Thank you.
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