Indra Gumay, Yudha (2010) Kajian Penggunaan Onggok Tapioka yang Difermentasi sebagai Bahan Pakan Benih Ikan Patin (Pangasius hyphopthalmus). In: Seminar Nasional dan Rapat Dekan BKS PTN Barat 2010, 23-25 Mei 2010, Bengkulu.

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Onggok' is a byproduct of tapioca processing industry that potentially contaminate the environment if not managed properly. One effort to reduce it's potential of pollution is to use it as fish feed. This research aimed to study the use of fC'rmented 'onggok' as a feed ingredient that could be obtained fish feed formulations appropriate. In this research, which had been fermented 'onggok' by Aspergillus niger bacteria, added to the feed with different proportions, ie 34.3% (A); 25.73% (B); 17.2% (C); 8.57% ( D), and 0% (E). Then these fish feed formulations were tested to patin fish, Pangasius hyphopthalmus, 3 cm in length during seven weeks of treatment. This experiment was conducted with three replicates, and equipped with the controls, i.e patin fish that fed on commercial feed. The results of this research revealed that there were significant differences in tested fish's body weight gain at each treatment, and 0 treatment caused an increase of weight was among the other treatments.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: S Agriculture > SH Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling
Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian (FP) > Prodi Sumberdaya Akuatik
Depositing User: INDRA GUMAY YUDHA
Date Deposited: 15 Apr 2023 13:37
Last Modified: 15 Apr 2023 13:37

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