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Application Probiotika For Raising

Probiotics are generally defined as additional bacteria (inoculant) used to carry a certain microbiological enzymatic process. The fact further indicates that the organisms that carry out tasks biological changes can also be defined as biomanipulator. Some organisms can be regarded as biomanipulator is an herbivorous fish (beronang / Siganus spp), fish omnivore (tilapia fish and fish), fish plankton feeder (tilapia and mullet) and fish-eating zooplankton and tiny shrimp like wering / seriding and fish tendon.

types of probiotics
Based on the type or function probiotika also be grouped into:
a. Probiotika decomposing organic fertilizer before it is put into the pond
b. Probiotika decomposing organic waste in the pond
c. Probiotika that aid digestion in the body of artificial feed shrimp

Probiotika economically calculated as expensive inputs, error penaganan preparation and will only increase costs without any results. Provision should be done after the organism was grown with maskimum probiotika before being put into the water / pond bottom.

Procedure growth probiotika
a. Probiotika decomposing organic fertilizer before it is put into the pond required for phytoplankton grow quickly and stable miminum up to 7 days, the composition of the fertilizer and probiotika given are as follows:
1. Bran as a source of carbohydrates, cellulose, and silicate
2. The sugar / molasses as a source of CO2
3. Protein fish meal / Urea / Feed BS as a source of nitrogen and carbon (C) as a constituent of the cell’s protein probiotika
4. Bacterial cultures (Baccillus or Nitrobacter or Nitrosomonas)
5. Aeration / mixing so that the process is aerobic

b. Probiotika decomposing organic waste in the pond
1. The bacterial photosynthetic bacteria Chtinioclastic, Lipolitic, Cellullolityc,
2. Proteolitic bacteria.
3. The molasses as a carbon source
4. fish meal as a protein source
5. Zeolite as ballast and absorbent pores of bacteria
6. Stirring without aeration for aerobic bacteria facultative

c. Probiotika that aid digestion in the body of artificial feed shrimp
1. Bacteria Lactobaccillus
2. The sugar and water as a growth medium
3. fish meal as a protein source
4. Kanji as a binder to be coated in the feed (pellets)