As long as the feed is fed, the ammonia nitrogen problem will continue to arise! Have you learned about ammonia nitrogen treatment in ponds?
Why is ammonia nitrogen difficult to handle? From the perspective of the source of ammonia nitrogen, it is actually more difficult to deal with ammonia nitrogen than nitrite! Ammonia nitrogen is transformed by sludge spoilage bacteria by decomposing protein nitrogen in organic debris. The anaerobic environment produces more, and the aerobic environment also produces it. The biofloc core in the aeration tank also has an anaerobic environment. Can produce. solution. First, to solve the material basis for reducing ammonia and nitrogen, the first thing to do is to balance the carbon-nitrogen ratio of the pond. Without a good carbon-nitrogen ratio, the ecosystem will be fragile. Therefore, you can use 'fermented carbon fertilizer', or soluble cornstarch, or maltodextrin, or gluten-free flour, of course, the best is 'fermented carbon fertilizer'; if the pond water quality is thin, use 'fermented wheat bran or Rice bran liquid fertilizer'. If the water itself is too thick, use 'fermented corn liquid'; generally use about 5 kg/mu, and use it every 5 days, that is, 1 kg per day on average; at the same time, you can use photosynthetic bacteria, which is a panacea, almost It can do everything, absorb ammonia nitrogen, absorb hydrogen sulfide, increase oxygen indirectly, and improve the body color of shrimp. The second is to increase the total bacterial phase of the pond. To improve the total bacterial phase of the pond, bacteria are often used. Almost all bacteria can absorb ammonia nitrogen. Therefore, as long as they are bacteria, even Bacillus is better. 3. Control the spoilage bacteria in the sludge from the source. Sludge is the source of ammonia nitrogen production. Using 'clostridium butyricum and bacillus licheniformis' can directly inhibit the spoilage bacteria in the sludge at the bottom of the pond, that is, reduce ammonia nitrogen from the source generation. 4. Don’t forget the importance of algae phase. Algae phase is one of the cheapest tools to help us deal with ammonia nitrogen. Generally speaking, algae phase should be rich, but if the water body is thin, it means that there is a lack of certain trace elements. We can Supplement trace elements. If it doesn’t work, use sodium humate, which is naturally rich in trace elements, and at the same time, consider using some artificial algal sources, or phosphate fertilizers such as dipotassium hydrogen phosphate.