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Tilapia

Contains scientific articles related to tilapia (Oreochromis), which is also the most widely cultivated freshwater fish species and consumed by the world's population. The scientific article will also include a discussion on the hatchery, nursery, rearing, and processing.
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  • Nursery
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This article discusses the cultivation of tilapia fish, an important commodity in freshwater aquaculture first imported to Indonesia from Taiwan in 1969. The article covers the breeding process, broodstock management, spawning, and maintenance of tilapia.

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This article discusses the cultivation of tilapia fish in earthen ponds, covering key steps from selecting the right location, pond preparation, seed selection, to harvesting. With a practical focus, the article provides a guide for beginners.

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Tilapia cultivation in tarpaulin ponds emerges as an economic alternative post the pandemic crisis, utilizing practical solutions with technical and economic advantages. This article outlines practical steps, from site selection to harvesting.

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Tilapia farming offers rapid reproduction and environmental adaptability. This article addresses common issues like location selection, quality seedlings, proper feeding, water quality, and supplemental products, providing solutions for novice farmers.

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This article discusses the nutritional needs and feeding techniques for tilapia, focusing on broodstock and larval stages. Key nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Feeding follows precise patterns and compositions.

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This article highlights the uniqueness of red tilapia in the aquaculture industry. Red tilapia stands out with its fast growth, appealing physical appearance, and significant market potential.