Microalgae paste: A potential feed for hatcheries
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As an alternative, a potential feed for hatcheries during the La Niña phenomenon is microalgae paste, which is concentrated microalgae cells used as feed for larval fish, shrimp, and other aquaculture species. According to the experts, this product is the best alternative for live microalgae during difficult times of production. Microalgae paste is produced from four commonly used microalgae species in aquaculture - Tetraselmis sp., Nannochloropsis sp., Chaetoceros calcitrans, and Chlorella vulgaris. The availability of local algae paste as an alternative to live microalgae is an advantage to the local aquaculture industry.
Yap, J. P. Jr. (2016, July 14). Microalgae paste: A potential feed for hatcheries. Panay News, p. 8.
Algal culture; Feed; Raw materials; Economics; Livestock food; Financing; Aquaculture; Fish larvae; Refrigerators; Nutrition; Phytoplankton culture; Food organisms; Rainy season; Trade; Aquaculture economics; Aquaculture enterprises; Production cost; Chlorella vulgaris; Tetraselmis sp.; Nannochloropsis sp.; Chaetoceros calcitrans; Museum of Natural Sciences; University of the Philippines-Visayas College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences; Department of Science and Technology -Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (DOST-PCAARRD)
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