Microalgae paste as potential feed for hatcheries during La Niña
MANILA, Philippines – Major fluctuations in supply of raw marine materials and prices may be experienced during the La Niña phenomenon. With the decreased supply, farmers can anticipate the increase in cost of feed production, adding to the financial burden of those in aquaculture business.
A potential feed for hatcheries during La Niña is microalgae paste, which is concentrated microalgae cells used as feed for larval fish, shrimp, and other aquaculture species.
This product is the best alternative for live microalgae during difficult times of production. It can be stored for three months in a refrigerator without diminishing its nutritional quality.
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