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Bug Beat


Bugbeat is dry, synergistic blend of natural bacteria specifically designed to enhance immune response of cultured species while eliminating specific pollutants that are known to negatively impact the health of farmed species, making them vulnerable to diseases, including Vibrio harveyi.
Bugbeat thoroughly cleans the water of residual feed and feces, while participating in the natural carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur cycles to enhance water quality for the farmed species.

Count: A minimum of 3 billion CFU per gram.
Appearance: Free flowing, brown powder
Odour: Yeast Like
pH: Neutral

Usage Instruction For Shrimp Culture Once a week Dosage for BugBeat

Week 1
Week 2-4
Week 5 +
240 g
120 g
60 g
300 g
150 g
80 g
480 g
240 g
120 g
600 g
300 g
150 g



A 5Kg Bucket of 250 Grams Poly Packs.

  • Reduces turbidity and inhibits sludge –build up.
  • Avoids anaerobic conditions and foul odour.
  • Probiotic protection of aquatic inhabitants.
  • Improves digestion and feed conversion.
  • Effective at wide temperature range.
  • Improves water clarity and keeps animal clean.

Why Shrimp Pond Waste Management?

Waste products are being produced continuously during shrimp culture in a mixture of gases, liquid, semi-solid and solid forms. When the concentration of wastes builds up to undesirable levels in pond water some is discharged and ponds are topped up with better quality water to maintain water quality. Some of these waste materials are removed in the discharge; however, some settles out on the pond bottom and becomes semisolid and solid waste. These are formed largely from the residue of pond inputs such as uneaten feed, biological wastes from the shrimp and other organism and eroded soil.
Shrimp pond waste has higher value of organic matter, total nitrogen and phosphorus than normal soil. They also have a high biological and chemical oxygen demand(BOD,COD)These clearly show the high nutrient loading at the pond bottom.Therfore on the shrimp Pond waste management during culture operation plays vital role in shrimp production output and disease prevention.

Safe for fish, crustaceans, wildlife, farm animals and humans, when used as directed.
Non-toxic, on-corrosive, safe to handle and store.

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