Shrimp are actively “grazing” on the substrate present in the pond bottom and water column. Therefore, they highly expose to exchanges of micro flora between the environment and the digestive system. This increases the risk for the proliferation of an unfavorable gut micro flora or frequent destabilization of the micro flora, which can affect the optimal functioning of the digestive system.
Furthermore, the digestive system of shrimp is the main entry port for protozoan, bacterial and viral infections, which remain a major risk for the profitability of shrimp production. Presently these are the most important Gut track diseases in shrimps:
White Feces Syndrome (WFS)
White Gut Disease (WGD)
White Muscle Disease (WMD)
|Probiotics – Lactic Acid Bacillus & Bacillus Spp.||Enzymes – Lipase, Amylase, Protease & Phytase||Organic acids, Amino acids & Minerals Blends|
Favoring the development of beneficial bacteria and inhibiting potentially pathogenic microorganisms in gut
|Shrimp||5-10gram/kg of feed|
|Treatment||20gram/kg of feed|
|Or as directed by the aqua culture consultant|
|• STHIRAA GUT PRO to be applied 5-10 grams bacteria mixing with 20 ml natural curd and apply along with feed. During treatment period 20 grams bacteria mixing with 100 ml natural curd and apply along with feed.|
500 gram*12 jars in corrugated box & 25 kg HDPE DRUM
Store in cool and dry place, away from direct sun light.