Saturday, June 21, 2014

Revitalizing Agricultural Fisheries and Forestry (RPPK)

Revitalizing Agricultural Fisheries and Forestry (RPPK) is one of the National Program for the Department of marine and fisheries that have been declared by the precedent of the Republic of Indonesia on 11 June 2005, RPPK a general setrategi aimed at (a) Seasonbet77 Agen Bola Resmi Promo 100% SBOBET-IBCBET Sambut Piala Dunia 2014improving the welfare of farmers and farmers Fishermen Forest (b ) improving the competitiveness of agricultural products, fisheries and Early in its development, fish farming system is a fish in the pond maintenance efforts involving little human activity and energy rely only on natural food available in these waters. The results showed that the fertile pond fish can be maintained with higher numbers than the less fertile pond because it is available in natural food (plankton, zooplankton) more.
Usually a pool that maintains only one type of fish, the fish will not be able to capitalize on the whole natural food organisms found in the pond. One of the solutions to the problem of the use of natural food in the pond adalag development of fish farming method known as polyculture system.According polyculture system is maintained on a pool of various types of fish require different kinds of food so that each type of fish will not compete for food. This system was able to increase fish production to be higher than the production of fish from the pond with one fish species alone (monoculture).

One of the problems facing the system is the determination combination polyculture fish species are most effective in utilizing the natural food available in the pond. Besides being able to take advantage of natural food in the form of an effective, of
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Types of fish that can be cultivated with carp polyculture system is and tilapia, catfish, nilem, catfish and carp. Raising carp and tilapia polyculture more profitable due to the growth of carp and tilapia are very fast.

Budidya fish polyculture system if implemented in accordance with the principles of aquaculture can benefit fish farmers include:

Natural foods such as phytoplankton and zooplankton are available in the pool can be effectively utilized by the fish so that no food is wasted.

Land use becomes inefficient because the same land area can be maintained over many types of fish.
An overall production will increase as the number of fish that are kept in the pool more.
The production of each type of fish will be high Agen Judi Bola Resmi Taruhan Judi online Terpercayaer when compared with the results of maintenance monoculture.
Density polyculture system the same or lower when compared to monoculture.

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