Survival Rate Silver Pompano (Trachinotus blochii) with Consentration Sargassum sp. flour that different on feed

  • putri sartika gurning universitas maritim raja ali haji
  • wiwin kusuma atmaja putra universitas maritim raja ali haji
  • shavika miranti universitas maritim raja ali haji
Keywords: sargassum sp., silver pompano, konsentration, survival rate

Abstract

The study was used repelleting artificial feed with different consentration
Sargassum sp. flour. The purpose of this research were to known the effect of
Sargassum sp. On different consentration to the Survival rate of silver pompano.
This research were held on June-July 2018 for 30 days at the Batam Marine
Aquaculture Center, Setokok Island , Batam City, Riau Islands. The method was
used experimental with a manual analysis were showed that Sargassum sp. Not
given effect to the Survival rate of silver pompano. The result were showed that C
treatment (40 g/kg) have the best on research parameters like absolute weight, and
survival rate. They were 8,75±2,61 g, 93,33±0,00 % respectively.

Author Biography

wiwin kusuma atmaja putra, universitas maritim raja ali haji

The study was used repelleting artificial feed with different consentration
Sargassum sp. flour. The purpose of this research were to known the effect of
Sargassum sp. On different consentration to the Survival rate of silver pompano.
This research were held on June-July 2018 for 30 days at the Batam Marine
Aquaculture Center, Setokok Island , Batam City, Riau Islands. The method was
used experimental with a manual analysis were showed that Sargassum sp. Not
given effect to the Survival rate of silver pompano. The result were showed that C
treatment (40 g/kg) have the best on research parameters like absolute weight, and
survival rate. They were 8,75±2,61 g, 93,33±0,00 % respectively.

Published
2019-05-18
How to Cite
gurning, putri sartika, putra, wiwin kusuma atmaja, & miranti, shavika. (2019). Survival Rate Silver Pompano (Trachinotus blochii) with Consentration Sargassum sp. flour that different on feed. Intek Akuakultur, 3(1), 34-44. https://doi.org/10.31629/intek.v3i1.983