The Effect of Prebiotics to The Ammonia Value from Tilapia Culture (Oreochromis niloticus

Kristina Aditya Putra, Saifullah Saifullah, Achmad Noerkhaerin Putra


Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is a freshwater commodity with high economic
value. To increase the production of tilapia, intensive culture needs to be by
feeding quality and water quality. This study aimed to effect of prebiotics
supplementation to tilapia fed on ammonia value. This experiment consisted of
four treatments with three replications. The treatments were A (prebiotics 0%), B
(prebiotics 1%), C (prebiotics 2%) and D (prebiotics 3%). The results showed
that lowest ammonia value indicated in the treatment of prebiotic 2% of 0,0000.
Prebiotic subsequent treatment of 3% 0.0001, prebiotic treatment 1% 0.0002, and
the highest value in the treatment of ammonia prebiotic 0% of 0.0006.
Supplementation of 2% prebiotics is the best treatment because it showed the
lowest ammonia value than the other treatments


ammonia, prebiotics, tilapia

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