Management of bottom pool management in South American white prawn rearing

After 60 days of breeding of white shrimps in South America, the quality of the water should be adjusted and the shrimp pond bottoms should be improved in time. Improved sediment is the basis for improving water quality. Pathogens often grow and multiply through organic contaminants at the bottom of the pond and spread through water bodies.
1, strictly control the amount of feeding, according to the weather, water quality, reasonable feeding, general control in feeding within 1 hour after feeding is appropriate. Microbial preparations and sediment modifiers are applied every 15 to 20 days in the later culture period. Microbial preparations with better effects include fish and shrimp auxin (CBS), live water treasure (Bacillus), imidazole, and nitrification (pure nitrifying bacteria), which can effectively regulate water quality and improve the quality of the bottom. At the same time, every day 20-30 days, a superior or (1+1) bottom reforming, particulate oxygen, etc. modifier is applied to improve the middle and lower layer water quality and improve the bottom quality. Minimize the use of adsorptive substances such as zeolite powder, charcoal, etc. because they absorb a large amount of ammonia and other harmful substances in the water and deposit the bottom of the pool, resulting in a rapid increase of ammonia and other harmful substances in the sediment. The bottom odor then occurs and can easily cause death in shrimp. It is recommended to use multiple microbial preparations such as CBS, EM, etc., to eliminate and eliminate hidden troubles such as baits, excrements, dead animals and plants, etc. in a timely manner, and to improve sediment quality and water quality, and to control pathogenic microorganisms. Spread spread.
2, in the feed long-term addition of "adaptable", "producing enzyme probiotics" and other potent anti-stress substances or beneficial microbial agents, can improve shrimp anti-stress ability and immunity, and promote the absorption and conversion of feed nutrition, In order to reduce the bait coefficient, the pollution of the bottom waste and water quality of the shrimp excrement can be solved from the source, and the cost of breeding can be saved and the incidence rate can be reduced.
3, high temperature weather should be more oxygen aerator, and appropriate extension of the aerator's boot time, through the aeration of the aerator to agitate the water, improve the bottom of shrimp pond environment.

Reishi Mushroom


Reishi Mushroom, also known as Ganoderma or Lingzhi, is a polypore mushroom that grows on wood in dark and moist environment. It usually consist of a rounded and soft mushroom cap and a long stem. The Ganoderma genus includes about 80 species. Among them, Ganoderma Lucidum, or red Reishi, is the most studied and used species.


Ganoderma and its extensive use has been documented in many traditional Chinese medical literature for more than a thousand years due to the health benefits it has. In ancient China, because wild Ganoderma was very difficult to find, it was only served to the emperors. Therefore, it was also called [The Magic Herb". Nowadays, thanks to the development of modern cultivation and processing techniques, Ganoderma has become more available and more affordable to people. Many scientific researches have also been done on the potential health benefits of Reishi Mushroom.

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Studies have shown that Reishi Mushroom has multiple health benefits. It is effective in enhancing overall immunity, protecting the liver, and improving sleep quality. The main two active compounds are called Ganoderma polysaccharides and triterpenes. Ganoderma polysaccharides can activate human`s immune system, increasing the activity and number of immune cells. Triterpenes, on the other hand, can fight directly against pathogens and abnormal cells such as tumor cells. Therefore, Reishi Mushrooms is also good for assisting cancer treatment.

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Most people may think that wild Reishi Mushrooms are better than cultivated ones while in fact that is not the case. Since Reishi Mushrooms are a type of fungi, they acquire their food by absorbing dissolved molecules. Therefore, they are very likely to absorb pollutants into their tissues, including heavy metals such as mercury. That is also why many countries use mushrooms to clean up waterways and soil. However, since it is impossible to control and screen the source of every mushroom we collect, wild Reishi Mushrooms are very likely to have contaminants inside. Also, Reishi Mushrooms use their spores to spread and reproduce. As it reaches maturation phase, the spores will shoot out from tiny tubes underneath the cap. The spore powder is also where most of the nutrients of Reishi Mushroom are stored. In the wild, we cannot keep monitoring every growth stage of Reishi Mushroom, so most of the time the Reishi Mushrooms we collect do not have much spores left, which means they have much less nutritious value. Besides, there are other factors that may affect the quality of Reishi Mushrooms such as sunlight, humidity, parasites etc. GANOHERB on the other hand, has been focusing on growing Reishi Mushroom for 29 years. It has multiple self-built Ganoderma farms and therefore is able to control and monitor every step that may affect the quality of Reishi Mushroom, delivering the Reishi Mushroom with highest quality and safety. We strictly controls every single step of the cultivation process to ensure each step is ideal for the growth of Reishi Mushroom. GanoHerb has acquired 4 organic certifications from the EU, the US, Japan, and China. Our goal is to let the world share the traditional Chinese treasure.

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