Fertilization of walleye production ponds

@inproceedings{Mischke1999FertilizationOW,
  title={Fertilization of walleye production ponds},
  author={Charles Christopher Mischke},
  year={1999}
}
Production ponds are commonly fertilized to increase fish production and yield through enhancement of the plankton forage base. Many fish culture facilities in the northcentral United States rely on natural production of zooplankton as a food source for larval fish of various species. Literatiu-e on fertilization of ponds is quite varied and recommendations range from no fertilization to a combination of inorganic and organic fertilizers. Better understanding of the interactions among water… CONTINUE READING

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