Removing cyanobacteria and associated toxins in aquaculture ponds

Amit Kumar Sinha, Ph.D. Nicholas Romano, Ph.D. Michael Eggleton, Ph.D. John Howe Rebecca Lochmann, Ph.D.

Commercial algaecide effective at removing cyanobacterium Planktothrix sp. Hypereutrophic ponds before the application of the granular-based H2O2 algaecide. Most fish farmers operating in freshwater ponds will at some point encounter blooms of nuisance microalgae, which threaten the health and quality of their aquacultured products. Of particular concern are cyanobacteria because they produce toxins, as well…

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  • Amit Kumar Sinha, Ph.D.

    Amit Kumar Sinha, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA

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  • Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Corresponding author
    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA

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  • Michael Eggleton, Ph.D.

    Michael Eggleton, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA

  • John Howe

    John Howe

    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA

  • Rebecca Lochmann, Ph.D.

    Rebecca Lochmann, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA