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Effect of sun-dried and fresh cassava leaves on growth of Tilapia fish fed basal diets of rice bran or rice bran mixed with cassava root meal


Livestock Research For Rural Development: 3, 43
Effect of sun-dried and fresh cassava leaves on growth of Tilapia fish fed basal diets of rice bran or rice bran mixed with cassava root meal
The growth response of Tilapia fish (<i>Oreochromis niloticus</i>) to supplementation with fresh or dried leaves of a sweet variety of cassava was studied in 1 m deep ponds (each 4 m * 2.5 m * 1 m). Rice bran or rice bran mixed with cassava root meal was provided as the energy source (20-24% of feed DM), the mixed feed being given at the rate of 5% of fish LW. There were 30 fish per pond with average initial weight of 6 g per head.

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