Bioflok Technology In Local Shrimp Cultivation Systems In Efforts To Improve The Economy And As An Education Village In Pante Ceureeumen District, West Aceh

Authors

  • Farah Diana Aquaculture study program, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Teuku Umar University Jl. Alue Peunyareng, Meureubo, West Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia.
  • Mahendra Mahendra Aquaculture study program, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Teuku Umar University Jl. Alue Peunyareng, Meureubo, West Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijcs.v2i4.137

Keywords:

Biofloc, efficiency and Local Shrimp.

Abstract

This research-based service program aims to seek to develop the research results of the
proposing team for community empowerment. The application of the research results was
carried out on the biofloc technology program in local shrimp farming systems in an
effort to increase the economy and as an educational village in Pante Ceureumen District,
West Aceh which is a potential aquaculture that must be developed. The application system
is local shrimp farming with biofloc technology. Biofloc technology is a cultivation
technique through environmental engineering that relies on oxygen supply and the use of
microorganisms that can directly increase the digestibility value of feed. This service
activity aims to increase farmers' income with high shrimp productivity and increase local
shrimp production. The activity was carried out for 6 months in Pante Ceureumen District,
West Aceh. The results obtained are to reduce production costs by 54% until the harvest is
90 days. The outputs that will be produced are in the form of international journals,
services, and methods as well as mass media.

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Published

2022-11-20

How to Cite

Diana, F. ., & Mahendra, M. (2022). Bioflok Technology In Local Shrimp Cultivation Systems In Efforts To Improve The Economy And As An Education Village In Pante Ceureeumen District, West Aceh. International Journal Of Community Service (IJCS), 2(4), 394–397. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijcs.v2i4.137