by Bob Robinson
Back in 2002 I wrote a column for Fish Farming News entitled “Aeration: Oxygen introduction methods.”
It was well received and in fact, I still field occasional requests for reprints to this day.
The simple truth is, aeration remains one of the most critical elements of almost every successful fish farming operation, and is often one of the least understood.
So, I thought it might not be a bad idea to update and expand upon that original aeration column in this issue. Whether you are a newbie or a veteran, I think you may find at least some of this information helpful.
Oxygen, as you know, is the single most important water quality parameter as it relates to fish health, fish growth, and even to exiting water quality (discharges)…
…read the rest and much, much more in Issue 4, 2015 of Fish Farming News.
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