Study evaluates Nile tilapia in monoculture and polyculture with giant freshwater prawns in biofloc and recirculating aquaculture (RAS) conditions.
This study evaluated the growth performance of the freshwater fish piracanjuba raised in biofloc and clear-water systems for 34 days.
This study in an outdoor biofloc technology production system evaluated impacts on fish production indices, common microbial off-flavors and water quality dynamics for hybrid tilapia.
This study evaluated the importance of aeration intensity for the nitrification process in biofilm in intensive biofloc technology aquaculture systems.
A study determined the zootechnical performance of Pacific white shrimp under different light regimes. Shrimp exposed to light had better zootechnical parameters than those with reduced or no exposure.
Juvenile carnivorous African catfish performed well in biofloc-based systems, which could help produce better quality and more disease-resistant seed of this important aquaculture species and support the expansion of African catfish farming industry.
The economic and environmental performance of tilapia biofloc technology systems are compared against other conventional tilapia grow-out production systems, highlighting the merits of BFT as a competitive and sustainable alternative low-cost intensive feedlot technology.
Chambo Fisheries, one of the world’s largest tilapia biofloc tank farms and the largest in Africa, has developed its own, on-farm production of specialized feeds and procedures to optimize feed applications and feeding rates.
Chambo Fisheries, the world’s largest tilapia biofloc tank farm and the largest tank farm in Africa, has a multi-cohort, sequential, continuous production schedule.