Survival, growth and production of Penaeus monodon and P. indicus at different density combinations with milkfish
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Penaeus monodon and P. indicus juveniles were stocked and reared for about 3 months in earthen ponds at different density combinations with Chanos chanos. The presence of either Penaeus species at any density ratio did not affect significantly the C. chanos survival. Survival rates of the penaeids indicated that intraspecific and interspecific competition occurred and were reduced with the reduction in stocking rate. It is concluded that further studies on higher density ratios and feeding and economic consideration would be of help to the development of this kind of fishpond management system.
Suggested CitationApud, F. D., & Benagua, S. H. (1981). Survival, growth and production of Penaeus monodon and P. indicus at different density combinations with milkfish.