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1 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SHRIMP AQUACULTURE RECENT PROGRESS OF BIOFLOC TECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE SHRIMP (Pacific white shrimp) FARMING: EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY Nyan Taw Hang Tuah University, Surabaya – INDONESIA October 28-29, 2010

2 Introduction Shrimp farming has become competitive and as such the technology utilized needs to be efficient in all aspects – productivity, quality, sustainability, bio-security and to be in line with market demand. BFT (Biofloc) system is at present highly sought technology for Pacific white shrimp culture due to high efficiency, productivity, sustainability and with lower FCR. The basic system of bio-floc technology was given by Avnimelech (2000, 2005a&b). The system was successfully applied in commercial culture of shrimps by McIntosh (2000a,b & c, 2001), McNeil (2000), Nyan Taw (2005, 2006, 2009), Nyan Taw & Saenphon Ch. (2005); Saenphon Ch. et.al. (2005). BFT in combination with partial harvest was presented at WA 2009 in Veracruz, Mexico and on Potential of BTF at Asia Pacific Aquaculture 2009 in KL by Nyan Taw (2009). Recently, Avnimelech (2009) published a book entitled Biofloc Technology: A Practical Guide Book. Very recently Nyan Taw (2010) published an article in GAA on expansion of biofloc technology in white shrimp farms. Studies on raceway nursery and super intensive zero water exchange systems were carried out by Somacha (2002 & 2009).

3 ASP Tilapia ponds (Avnimelech) 45% ASP ShConventional fish, shrimp ponds 20-25% Srimpponds (McIntosh) 45% Closed shrimp tanks (Velasco) 63% ASP shrimp ponds, 15 N study Michele Burford et al. 18-29% of total N consumption Data on feed protein utilization Basic Concept of Biofloc Technology Yoram Avnimelech, 2000, 2005

4 FLOC COMMUNITIES AND SIZE The biofloc Defined as macroaggregates – diatoms, macroalgae, fecal pellets, exoskeleton, remains of dead organisms, bacteria, protest and invertebrates. (Decamp, O., et al 2002) 100 µ The Biofloc (Floc) As Natural Feed (filter feeders – L. vannamie & Tilapia) : It is possible that microbial protein has a higher availability than feed protein (Yoram, 2005) BrownGreen

5 Basic of BFT in Shrimp Farming 1. High stocking density - over 130 – 150 PL10/m2 2. High aeration – 28 to 32 HP/ha PWAs 3. Paddle wheel position in ponds 4. HDPE / Concrete lined ponds 5. Grain (pellet) 6 Molasses 7. Expected production 20–25 MT/ha/crop Bioflocs High density High aeration Dark VannameiRed Vannamei Grain pellet Feed & grain application and biofloc

6 Pond Water Preparation For already treated water in series of treatment reservoirs in HDPE lined 0.5 ha production ponds DayActivity 1Urea 8 kg & TSP 1 kg Grain pellet 30 kg & Dolomite 50 kg 2Tea seed cake 15 ppm 4Grain pellet 30 kg & Dolomite 50 kg 6 8Grain pellet 50 kg, Molasses 8 kg & Kaolin 50 kg 10Grain pellet 50 kg 12Kaolin 50 kg

7 Pond Operation High Aeration Siphoning Paddle Wheels position

8 8 Stage 1 : Floc found but cannot be measured (subjective) Stage 2 : Floc found in small quantity, < 1.0 ml/litre Stage 3 : Floc found abundance, 1.0 – 5.0 ml/litre Stage 4 : Floc found abundance, 5.1 – 10.0 ml/litre Stage 5 : Floc found abundance, > 10.1 ml/litre STAGES FLOC Development stages (vol) in pond

9 1 liter / 2 places/ 15 cm deep/ between 10-12 am Let it settled for 15-20 minutes Read density of flocs in cone (ml/l) Sampling Method Measuring procedure

10 Feed, Grain Pellet & Growth Nyan Taw WAS Las Vegas 2006

11 Feed, Grain Pellet and Biofloc

12 Floc Development Nyan Taw WAS Las Vegas 2006

13 Control Biofloc Black biofloc Black gill Brown biofloc Green biofloc Biofloc- general view at surface

14 14 Pond environment and Control - feed/grain/floc & Performance - growth Saenphon C & Nyan Taw WAS Bali 2005

15 15 Saenphon C & Nyan Taw WAS Bali 2005

16 Belize, Central America Biofloc system culture Belize Aqua Ltd – A view Belize Aqua Ltd - ponds

17 Malaysia Biofloc System initiated – on going Seawater Intake – 2.6 km offshore Well designed farm layout Biofloc BAB Semi biofloc (8-9 MT /0.8ha pond -Target)

18 Farms Using Bio-floc Technology in Indonesia and Malaysia Medan Bangka Dipasena CPB CP Lampung AnyerEast Java Bali Alor Star, Malaysia

19 Shrimp Farms in Indonesia & Malaysia Global Medan Indonesia Bali, Indonesia CPB Lampung, Indonesia Nyan Taw Shrimp Farming GAA 2005 Blue Archipelago Malaysia

20 First Biofloc Commercial Trial Central Pertiwi Bahari (CP, Indonesia)Description Average Per Code Fry Code(12) A416(12) A417(12) A418(11)A420 (12) A539,A416Avg Tot pond5675326 STD(pcs/m 2 )131 130131 DOC (day)148146150146 147 Biomass(kg)11,33710,58710,65010,88611,25610,883 MBW (g)16.7817.6617.6117.8916.3817.4 CV (%)24.221.226.821.421.323.0 FCR (- GP)1.011.091.081.030.981.04 FCR (+ GP)1.691.831.821.701.641.73 SR (%)100.091.692.8 105.095.9 ADG (g/day)0.110.12 0.110.12 Prod (g/m 2 /crop)2,2672,1182,1302,1772,2512,176 Nyan Taw (2005, 2006) Semi-lined 0.5 ha ponds

21 Production Performance R&D, Trail & Commercial Nyan Taw WAS Las Vegas 2006

22 Global Medan Partial Harvest/Biofloc Performance Partial Harvest Performance with Bio Floc Technology (February - July 2008) Pond/sizeSystem Energy InputDensity Partial Harvest Production FCRSREnergy Efficiency -kg/HP ( Pond )( Ha )( M2 ) DoC Biomas (Kg)Size No/kgMBW (gr) Kg/PdKg/HaGPFeed ( % )Std CapacityEfficiency 1 Phyto 16 (PW)27 (PW) 10011184344721.28 11,46119,4390 1.6075.72560*720 5896 m2 Final12711,0274323.26 2 Bio Floc18 (PW)31 (PW) 145 11082,0925916.95 13,50822,910 0.59 1.20 84.07 680*739 21211,0165518.18 5896 m2 Final13110,4005219.23 3 Bio Floc18 (PW)30 (PW) 146 11092,1085617.86 14,38624,219 0.56 1.14 80.95 680*807 21229995020.00 5940 m2 Final13011,2794721.28 4 4704 m2 Bio Floc16 (PW)34 (PW)257 1851,9629310.75 17,96338,2290.581.1286.54680*1,124 2991,8967513.33 31131,8716216.13 41272,5875617.86 51342,4755318.87 Final1557,1924721.28 5 2,500 m2 Bio Floc 9 (PW) 3 (BL) 36 (PW) 12 (BL) 280 1849248611.63 12,37149,4840.481.11102.35680*1,031 2991,4557413.51 31131,3246116.39 41271,4485717.54 51341,0435418.52 Final1556,1775020.00 6 Bio Floc 7 (PW) 3 (BL) 28 (PW) 12 (BL) 145 11101,1665119.61 6,54526,180 0.50 1.10 86.35 680*655 21243674920.41 2500 m2 Final1275,0124721.28 7 Bio Floc 9 (PW) 36 (PW) 12 (BL) 145 11108926116.39 6,61526,460 0.50 1.10100.8680*551 3 (BL) 21243235717.54 2500 m2 Final1305,4005418.52 82,84929,5600.531.13 88.1 Nyan Taw, et al, 2008

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24 Bio-floc in Raceways/Wet Lab Experiments, Trials & Growout 1. Nursery–nursed for 1 to 2 weeks then to GO 2.Super-intensive /intensive culture (to market size) 3.Broodstock production – culture to broodstock size (45 – 50 gm). 4.Broodstock testing– trials for quality of broodstock family lines (two to four months ). 5. First phase of the three phase culture system.

25 Raceway Technology Biofloc Trials - Nursery & GO Description Stocking Density (pcs/m 2 ) 550130 Pond2 2 Initial MBW (g) 4.91.7 Period (days)5790 Harvest Biomass (kg) 374151 Final MBW (g) 13.818.4 FCR1.21.0 Survival rate (%)6688 ADG (g/day)0.160.19 Productivity (kg/m 2 )5.22.1 Productivity (kg/ha)51,89321,001 Nyan Taw, et.al Role of R&D … World Aquaculture 2005 Bali

26 Raceway trials in BFT Global Group Raceways at Anyer, Indonesia The raceway system with biofloc is being applied for trials for L. vannamei broodstock family selection.

27 Wet Laboratory – Trial Tanks Global Group facility at Anyer, Indonesia 1.Shrimp feed trials using transferred Biofloc 2.Small scale experiments at request 3.Freshwater tolerance experiments 4.Nursery stage experiments

28 Potential of BFT – PERU Lined and covered Piura - Intensive with freshwater covered Tumbes-Extensive with SW Piura Intensive FW Nursery Piura -Inside covered pond Grain

29 Potential for BFT – GUATEMALA Lined with high energy input Pasca Shrimp Farm 1

30 Potential for BFT – CHINA Lined, covered & high energy input Inside covered & lined ponds Covered ponds

31 Development of BFT (Productivity) According to Shrimp News International (2006) No one knows how many shrimp farms are employing the bio-floc technology. The best examples of the of farms that have implemented the new technology are: 1. Belize Aquaculture, Ltd., in Belize. 2. OceanBoy Farms in Florida, USA, and 3. PT Central Pertiwi Bahari in Indonesia. YA -Advised by email NT – Advised by short visits NT- Advised by long visits RM- Managed at site NT – Managed at site

32 Advantages/ Disadvantages Advantages 1. Bio-security very good (from water) – to date WSSV negative using the system. 2. Zero water exchange – less than 100% exchange for whole culture period. 3. Production (Carrying capacity): 5-10% better than normal system 4. Shrimp size bigger by about 2.0 g than normal system 5. FCR low – between 1.0 to 1.3 (without GP) 6. Production cost lower by around 15-20 %. Disadvantages 1. High energy input – paddlewheels 28HP/ha. 2. Power failure critical – maximum one hour at any time (better zero hour failure) 3. Full HDPE lined ponds – minimum semi-HDPE lined 4. Technology similar but more advance – need to train technicians

33 Sergio Nates Dec 2006

34 Acknowledgements The author would like to give sincere thank to Dr. Shahridan Faiez (CEO) and Mr. Christopher Lim (COO), Blue Archipelago for their interest and continued support. The staff and members of Blue Archipelago, Malaysia for their diligence and hard work to make this presentation possible.

35 Thank You Nyan Taw

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