The Application Of Probiotics And Medical Plants As Immunostimulants To Aquaculture In Samatiga Distric, West Aceh Regency

Authors

  • Fitria Rahmayanti Aquaculture Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  • Nurul Najmi Aquatic Resouces Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  • Munandar Munandar Marine Science Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  • Agusriati Muliyana Aquaculture Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  • Irhami Syamsul Aquaculture Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  • Dini Islama Aquaculture Department, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Teuku Umar University, Aceh Barat, Indonesia.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijcs.v2i4.142

Abstract

The purpose of this community service was to educate the application of probiotics and
immunostimulants in aquaculture. This activity was carried out in Cot Darat village, Samatiga
District, West Aceh Regency. This activity is divided into three steps, namely: (1) Introduction and
socialization of probiotics and immunostimulant; (2) practice to produce probiotics and the
application techniques; and (3) the monitoring of fish health and growth during cultivation. The type
of bacteria used in this probiotic is Lactobacillus bacteria and the immunostimulant ingredients are
turmeric and curcumin. Lactobacillus, turmeric and curcuma are known can improve fish health in
aquaculture. The results of this activity indicate that group members have understood the definition of
probiotics and immunostimulants, their benefits and how to make and apply them in aquaculture. In
addition, fish health and growth are increase during fish culture compare before the probiotics was
applied. The differences that occurred during probiotics application in fish cultivation were seen that
the fish became healthier, the growth was better, and fish mortality decreased.

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Published

2022-11-20

How to Cite

Rahmayanti, F., Najmi, N. ., Munandar, M., Muliyana, A. ., Syamsul, I. ., & Islama, D. . (2022). The Application Of Probiotics And Medical Plants As Immunostimulants To Aquaculture In Samatiga Distric, West Aceh Regency. International Journal Of Community Service (IJCS), 2(4), 403–406. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijcs.v2i4.142