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Paper Title :
Impact of Fertilizers on Mass Production of Zooplankton to use as a Substitute of Artimia for Larvae Rearing of Freshwater Prawn

Author :Mohammad Lokmanali, Subhabhassu, N. Morsedshihab, Md. Eaqubali, Jahangir Alam

Article Citation :Mohammad Lokmanali ,Subhabhassu ,N. Morsedshihab ,Md. Eaqubali ,Jahangir Alam , (2017 ) " Impact of Fertilizers on Mass Production of Zooplankton to use as a Substitute of Artimia for Larvae Rearing of Freshwater Prawn " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 51-57, Volume-3,Issue-11

Abstract : Impact of fertilizer on mass production of zooplankton in pond was studied for three months in Patuakhali Science and Technology University campus, Dumki, Patuakhali. Twelve ponds were selected for four treatments with three replications. In which Treatment-4 (T4) was control treatment without any fertilizer. T1, (decomposed cow dung 3 kg/decimal, urea 300 gm/decimal and TSP 150 gm/decimal) produced cyclops 2-5/ml, Rotifer 1-2/ml, Moina 0-1/ml, other zooplankton 2-4/ml and phytoplankton 4-5 /ml respectively.T2, (decomposed cow dung 3 kg/decimal, urea 300 gm/decimal and TSP 150 gm/decimal and MOC 1 kg/decimal) produced cyclops 2-6/ml, Rotifer 1-2/ml, Moina 1-3/ml, other zooplankton 3-5/ml and phytoplankton 6-8/ml respectively. T3, (cow dung 3 kg/decimal, urea 300 gm/decimal and TSP 150 gm/decimal MOC 1 kg/decimal and Mila 30 gm/decimal) produced Rotifer 5-6/ml, Moina 6-8/ml, other zooplankton 1-2/ml and phytoplankton 12-17/ml respectively. The experiment showed that T3 did not produce any cyclops. It was evidenced from the experiment that against the control condition the production of different plankton was significantly higher in all treatments. Among the all treatments T3, (Liming + Cowdung + TSP + Urea +MOC + Mila) produced higher amounts of Rotifera and Moina which can be used as an alternative food of artemia in shrimp and prawn hatchery. Key words- Bangladesh, Fertilizer, Zooplankton, Mass production

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