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Journal: NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT (JOURNAL OF FISHERIES) | Year:1389 | Volume:4 | Issue:3 (15) | Start Page:73 | End Page:84

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INTEGRATED OF BENNI (BARBUS SHARPEYI) WITH CHINES CARP AND ECONOMIC COMPARISON WITH CUSTOM CULTIVATION WAY

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 Start Page 73 | End Page 84

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BENNI (BARBUS SHARPEYI)Q2

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 Benni (Barbus sharpeyi) were cultivated with chine's carp and common carp and were economically compared with the commonly-used cultivation method. The culture period was 6 months in 6 earth ponds with 1720 m2 area per pond in south Iran aquaculture research center in Ahvaz. Using random selection, 2 treatments with 3 repetitions were designed. Treatment 1, polyculture plus 150 B. sharpeyi. In both treatment organic and inorganic fertilizer were used the same. In treatments (1), fingerling benni were stock culture system, only artificial food amount of consuming was higher compare to control treatment. According to physical and chemical parameters the ponds water were suitable. Survival rate in control treatments 95 percent and treatment (1) 93 percent was calculated by using variance analyze test of mean camper were indicated that between production amount of fish in two treatment was not significant difference (P£0.05) Average of production in 2 treatments was 4976.5±592.74, 5993.2±764.04 kg/ha respectively. While treatment 1 had more production compare than control treatment. Advantage of 1 kg fish, advantage in hectare and expenses of 1 hectare was observed significant difference between No 1 treatment and control treatment.

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