Aquaculture as an economic activity has grown due to the global scarcity of seafood resources. Due to space and resource restrictions, traditional aquaculture farming / aqua farming has been transformed into reticulated systems with large concentrations of cultivated species stocked. As a result, an artificial environment is created. This has the predisposition to promote the growth of harmful bacteria. In addition, waste metabolites accumulate in aquaculture systems. The indiscriminate release of aquaculture waste into adjacent habitats is also a source of concern. Invivo Biosciences LLC focuses on creating natural products to solve unnatural aquatic conditions. Invivo is in charge of creating mixtures of bacteria and enzyme products for treating aquaculture ponds. These mixtures work to inhibit bacteria like Vibrio and white spots. Aside from that, the stability of water quality is a critical aspect of every closed aquatic system. As a result, one of the leading causes of decreased growth and increased mortality is contaminated water. Furthermore, Invivo's strains of helpful bacteria organically and efficiently improve health conditions. As a result, beneficial microorganisms serve a variety of roles in pond and aquaculture production. Bacterial additions increase water quality while decreasing pathogenic load and mortality.
The blend of microorganism strains has been designed to be multi-functional. Bacillus bacteria can be used as a cleaning powder and a probiotic in meals. As a result, probiotics aid in digestion and are responsible for enhanced weight gain and a better health and survival ratio.
The growth of aquaculture as an industry has accelerated over the past decade. The need for increased disease resistance, growth of aquatic organisms, and feed efficiency has brought about the use of Probiotics in aquaculture.
What are Probiotics?
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that are commonly added to aquaculture system in order to help support system, performance and growth. Other benefits include;
> It promotes the growth of cultivated species.
> It inhibits pathogens.
> It improves the nutrient digestion of aquatic animals.
> It improved water quality allowing fish farmers to minimize the accumulation of dissolved and particulate organic carbon during the growing season.
> It aids aquatic animals in stress tolerance, which allows them to maintain high energy requirements during aquaculture practices.
Probiotics offer viable alternative for aquaculture products in terms of size, products time and health.