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Add To Calendar 28/04/2016 09:50:0028/04/2016 10:10:00Africa/JohannesburgAsian-Pacific Aquaculture 2016GROW OUT EXPERIMENT OF BPBAPT SALINE HYBRID NILE FISH, GIFT AND SULTANA IN BRACKISHWATER POND IN SOUTH SULAWESI   Diamond 3The World Aquaculture Societyjohnc@was.orgfalseanrl65yqlzh3g1q0dme13067DD/MM/YYYY

GROW OUT EXPERIMENT OF BPBAPT SALINE HYBRID NILE FISH, GIFT AND SULTANA IN BRACKISHWATER POND IN SOUTH SULAWESI  

Sugeng Raharjo 1), Dasep Hasbullah 1), Endah Soetanti 1), Jumriadi 1),
Syamsul Bahri1), Imran Lapong2)dan Mike Rimmer2)
 
 
Email :bbaptakalar@yahoo.com

The utilization of brackishwater ponds in South Sulawesi is not optimized. The limitation such as production cost and a low carrying capacity of the ponds are the factors that usually experienced by fish farmers. Big expectation of the fish farmers to increased production through shrimp culture is challenged by operational cost and high risk of failure. Similarly with milkfish culture that has a long cycle period to farm. Therefore, another solution that becomes an alternative commodity for fish pond is Nile tilapia. To support the improvement of brackishwater ponds, seed supplies that have abilities for better adaptation is needed. Besides that, it also has fast grown rates and high survival rates. The result of the grow out experiment of nile saline hybrid BPBAPT, GIFT, and Sultana in brackishwater pond show that there is a different adaptation ability of species that significantly is affected in the end of farming period.

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