Shrimp pond design is an important aspect in the process of building a farming business. The high value of survival and production of shrimp aquaculture is closely related to its biotechnical aspects. The biotechnical aspect consists of:
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Making pond plot designs requires good consideration in order to function efficiently and be economically feasible. The purpose of the pond plot design is to facilitate the management of water and waste during cultivation, as well as harvesting of shrimp. Map design is an initial plan that includes:
On rectangular plots, the longest side should be less than 150 m so that the entry of water from one side to the other can cause a fairly strong current. In addition, the longest side of the map should be perpendicular to the direction of the wind so as not to cause too strong waves of water. If it is parallel to the wind direction, the water waves in the plot become strong and can damage the bunds.
Extensive or traditional ponds usually require a perimeter ditch for shrimp shelter. In general, canals around have a depth of 0.3 m and a width of 3-5 m (depending on the size of the pond). The distance between the canal around and the foot of the bund is made with a size of about 2 m. Below are side and top views of an example of an extensive or traditional pond design:
Semi-intensive ponds often do not require a perimeter ditch because the water depth is sufficient. Circular canals are only used to dispose of stagnant water during pond preparation. Therefore, the width is smaller than traditional ponds. The following is a side and top view of an example of a semi-intensive pond design:
Intensive ponds do not need a perimeter ditch, but need a central drain or central drain. The following is a side and top view of an example of a semi-intensive pond design:
The following is a table of shrimp pond requirements and construction based on the cultivation system:
After discussing the design of the pond plots and pond design requirements, let's discuss tips so that the design of the shrimp ponds that you make is more optimal.
Here are tips on making a shrimp pond design:
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Extensive/traditional ponds have a pond area of 0.5-2 hectares/plot. Semi-intensive ponds have a pond area of 1 hectare/plot, while intensive ponds have a maximum pond area of 0.5 hectares/plot.
Several things that must be considered in pond construction design, namely soil type, pond area, pond shape, water depth, slope, and channels in the pond.