The calculation of the number of aerators for extensive, semiintensive and intensive cultures according to shrimp size, stocking density, water temperature and salinity, and SOTR of the aerators as a function of salinity, is relatively reliable. The Aeration Calculator is not designed to replace a fisheries expert. Rather, it is designed to be used as a management tool for famers to more closely estimate the number of aerators in their ponds. When used correctly, the program will help famers estimate number of aerators. Calculate an estimated monthly electricity bill. That is good management practices in shrimp farming.
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