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How To Have A Pond Of Lobster

Commercial lobster cultivation is becoming very common every day and a profitable enterprise. Lobsters are the most common choice of all the highly priced marine shellfish. The weight of mature lobster ranges from 250 to 400 grams. Carp or other fish is highly profitable and a straightforward lobster agriculture. Perhaps you just want to breed them for eating? Then continue reading!

Pond Selection

The maintenance of the pond needs to be well done for lobster farming. The pond in which the lobster is raised requires more water than average. To adjust regularly, the chosen pool must be adequate. You might want to get a pool next to a river or lake, since it will be safer. This guarantees a constant flow of water. When no natural water is present such as a river or canal, a tube well must be set up to ensure that water is continually supplied. For lobster farming, sandy soil is suitable and good for them. Ensure enough sunshine supply. Even if there are no big trees on the side of the pond it will be fine. However it also depends on the species of lobster you have decided to breed.

Preparing the Pond

Make sure you drain the water first from the pond. By making the pond dry you can eliminate from every form of bacterias or any unwanted fish. Drying also destroys the pond’s toxic gas and viruses. When it is not possible to dry the bath, add 3 grams of rotenone (harmful water insects and fish killer) per cubic meter. The application of rotenone will remove all those harmful things in the pond. Remember to keep a favorable environment in the pond is very essential for successful lobster farming business.

There you have it, your own lobster breeding ground! Just make sure to feed them regularly since the lobster are not the patience type and they might fight for food if there is not enough of it. Always check on your lobsters to ensure they grow steadily and healthy to consume.

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