Unique combination of bacteria for pond health during shrimp and fish culture


Microorganisms have an antimicrobial effect through modifying the intestinal microbiota, secreting antibacterial substances (bacteriocins and organic acids), competing with pathogens to prevent their adhesion to the intestine, competing for nutrients necessary for pathogen survival, and producing an antitoxin effect. Probiotics are also capable of modulating the immune system of shrimp during culture.

The total array of probiotics must be addressed with growth and survival, which together determine the ultimate yield, are influenced by a number of ecological parameters and managerial practices. High stocking density of fish or crustaceans in ponds usually exacerbates problems with water quality and sediment deterioration.


Components- Probiotics bacteria:
(Average Probiotics bacterial count:  18-20 Billions/gram)
Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus megaterium ,Bacillus licheniformis ,Bacillus polymyxa ,Bacillus pumilis ,Cellulomonas cartae, P pantotrophus ,P acidilactici ,Pseudomonas denitrificans, L plantarum, L rhamnosus, Rhodococcus , Rhodobacter ,Nitrosomonas europaea ,Nitrobacter vulgaris ,Thiobacillus thiooxidans ,Thiobacillus ferroidans ,Thiobacillus  denitrificans ,Perococcus denitrificans, Acetobacter aceti ,Aspergillus oryzae, Acetobacter niger


  • Maintain water conditions by supporting Plankton and Zooplankton growth
  • Bacillus species  to control Vibrio  sp loads
  • Regular use of probiotics reduces sludges and maintain healthy bottom
  • Improve proper pond condition and reduce stress to animals
  • Nitrifying bacteria helps to reduce ammonia and nitrite and maintain proper dissolved oxygen
  • H2S oxidizing bacteria helps in reducing H2S from ponds and improve pond sanitation
  • Maintain buffering capacity of the pond


  • Pond preparation: 1 Kg /Acre
  • During culture :  1Kg/Hectare /week or 10 days

Instruction to use

Tear off the outer cover and drop the inner cover near the running Aerator