Control of microcystis aeruginosa using tannic acid
- One of the most difficult challenges facing the commercial fish producers is how to keep the constant balance that required maintaining a stable relationship among the water, fish and microscopic flora and fauna in their pond systems. This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of tannic acid for controlling the growth of the cyanobacteria (Microsystis aeruginosa) using several doses via indoor experiment. Together with evaluating its safety to fish health and survival.
- Sustainable aquaculture 
- Journal Article
- Egyptian Society for Biotechnology