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There is growing interest to understand the dietary P:E requirements for the supplemental feed used in tilapia pond culture where natural food contributes to production. In an on-farm trial, we tested the effect of lowering dietary P:E ratio on fish performance, pond nutrient utilization and economic benefit under two stocking densities and feeding levels.

Tujuan poster ini adalah untuk meningkatkan keupayaan pengusaha ternakan di peringkat pengeluaran benih, asuhan dan pembesaran untuk mengenali dan melaporkan penyakit tilapia. Pencegahan, pengenalan, diagnosis dan intervensi pada peringkat awal adalah langkah terbaik untuk menguruskan penyakit haiwan akuatik.

Oomycete infections caused by Saprolegnia species represent an escalating problem in sustainable aquaculture development. This could be attributed to the ban of Malachite green and other carcinogenic agents aims at killing the pathogen. The increase in the incidence of saprolegniosis could also be attributed to its ability to form biofilms.