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C:N-controlled, periphyton system boosts production in stagnant ponds

M. Asaduzzaman Dr. M.A. Wahab Dr. M.C.J. Verdegem Dr. J.A.J. Verreth

Microbial control, vertical substrates, fish-driven resuspension improve functionality Bamboo shoots are posted vertically into the bottom mud as periphyton substrates in C:N-CP ponds. Stagnant ponds with limited inlet and drainage provide a stage for crustacean and finfish production in some countries. With no water exchange, farmers rely on the intrinsic self-purification capacity of the ponds. The major problem…

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  • M. Asaduzzaman

    M. Asaduzzaman

    Department of Fisheries Management
    Bangladesh Agricultural University
    Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh

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  • Dr. M.A. Wahab

    Dr. M.A. Wahab

    Department of Fisheries Management
    Bangladesh Agricultural University
    Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh

  • Dr. M.C.J. Verdegem

    Dr. M.C.J. Verdegem

    Fish Culture and Fisheries Group
    Department of Animal Sciences
    Wageningen University
    Wageningen, The Netherlands

  • Dr. J.A.J. Verreth

    Dr. J.A.J. Verreth

    Fish Culture and Fisheries Group
    Department of Animal Sciences
    Wageningen University
    Wageningen, The Netherlands