PROBIOTICSProbiotics are living organisms that digest waste and have an amazing ability to clean up water and promote intestinal health. This promotes better water quality and healthier species in fish and shrimp farms, ornamental ponds, and aquariums. For those who want to get in on these benefits, Bionetix® International suggests the following probiotics for aquaculture.

Probiotics for Fish Food: AQUA-FEED™

AQUA-FEED™ is a natural feed additive designed to promote increased weight gain for shrimp, fish, and other aquatic species. It is rich in beneficial microorganisms and also contains key nutrients such as β-glucans, mannan-oligosaccharides, protein, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids.

Probiotics for Fish Farms: BCP54

BCP54 is a great option for fish and shrimp farms, which have a high density of aquatic species and therefore high levels of organic waste. Beneficial bacteria in BCP54 consume fecal matter and nutrient pollution, thus improving water quality and reducing sludge and odors. BCP54™ can help prevent off-flavors and off-odors in fish or shrimp and also makes it easier to clean the bottom of the pond.

Probiotics for Water Clarity: AQUACLAR PLUS

AQUACLAR PLUS is especially noted for its ability to clear up cloudy water. Like BCP54, this bacterial/enzyme blend consumes nitrogen, ammonia, and other nutrients that cause algae growth, yet has an even greater clarifying effect. It is easy to use and safe to handle. AQUACLARPLUS is also a great option for clarifying cloudy aquarium water because of its ammonia-targeting ability.

Make Life Simpler with Probiotics

Probiotics make life simpler for fish farmers, pond owners, and aquarium hobbyists by giving them nature-based tools to promote healthier aquatic species and cleaner ponds and aquariums. Contact Bionetix® today to get equipped with the right probiotics for cleaner, healthier aquaculture!

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