The optimum production of fish and aquaculture mostly depends on the physical, chemical and biological quality of the water. Therefore, what matters today in the successful management of aquaculture industry is the need to have a proper understanding of water quality and to create an optimal environment and growth conditions for a good and healthy fish and aquatic culture. This includes a pond with appropriate conditions and depths, healthy and quality water along with a proper nutrition plan that will provide an economically viable production by preventing aquatic disease and mortality. Water quality is determined by variables such as adequate oxygen, appropriate temperature, transparency, turbidity and water color, carbon dioxide, pH, alkalinity, hardness, soluble ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, BOD, planktonic population, limited levels of metabolites and other environmental factors Effective on aquatic culture.
Fish and aquatic species do not like any changes in their environment. So, any change causes stress to the fish and the faster and larger the changes, the greater the stress. Therefore, maintaining all the factors is very essential for getting maximum performance and yield in an aquaculture pond. In order to achieve this, proper management of aquaculture ponds is provided by BioGME technology which can reduce the cost of water treatment and create a proper and healthy environment for aquatic growth.