bivalves control
Frank Perez

Guayaquil, Ecuador

#1 Jan 11, 2013
I am having problems in vannamei shrimp ponds in South America because of the proliferation of bivalves (small 1/2 inch, white color) that filter phytoplankton causing problems in shrimp growth, it seems to help drying the pond for at least 15 days between cycles but in most cases is not a complete solution. Any suggestions, any product that could be used when there is shrimp in the pond, or at least something that would degrade in a few day that could be applied before seeding

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