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How to Make Giant Gourami Grow Fast and Large in Pond


How to Make Giant Gourami Grow Fast and Large in Pond



Description: giant gourami enlargement in the pond gives you enough fish for business or farming. Here is how to do it.

Many people don’t know that pond is also suitable for giant gourami. Fish farmers in many Asian countries, such as Indonesia, Thailand, and China, employs giant gourami enlargement in the pond to get maximum results, especially for business or food sources. Pond is suitable for large-scale giant gourami keeping because the fish are often too large for standard home tanks.

The best way to grow giant gourami in the pond is to mimic their natural habitats. Here are things to know before you decide to make a pond for gourami.

Pond Habitat Requirements for Giant Gourami
Giant gourami is sturdy fish and can adapt to many conditions, but they need ideal habitat to grow large. You should make the pond in an area that gets direct sunlight since giant gourami loves temperature between 25 and 28 degrees Celsius. The water should be soft and a little acidic, and you can use run-off from the surrounding water (if you make natural pond).

Make sure the pond is at least 6 to 12 feet deep, to protect the fish from freezing temperature or drought. Make your giant gourami happy by adding plants in your pond, both as natural food sources and hiding spots for smaller gourami. Choose submerged plants, deep-water aquatic plants, and floating plants for ideal food sources, nests, and hiding places.

Foods for Giant Gourami in Pond
There are several ways you can enlarge giant gourami in the pond, which are:

      ·         Giving high-protein foods
High-protein foods, such as pellets that contain 25 to 30 percent of protein, are great to enlarge gourami in the pond. You can give them as the main food sources. Give occasional live or frozen foods, such as bloodworms, black worms, and brine shrimps.

      ·         Create a natural “food chain.
Creating a natural food chain in the pond is great to make gourami happy as if they live in the natural habitat. You can add natural fertilizer to the pond to grow algae. After the water changes colors, put adult gourami with sunfish fingerlings. The fingerlings eat algae, and the gourami eats the fingerlings. However, since gourami tends to favor plants, avoid putting too many fingerlings.

      ·         Add enzyme to the food
Enzymes such as cellulose, phytase, lipases, and xylanases are available to encourage the growth of fish and shrimps. You can add this enzyme to standard fish foods. The enzyme will encourage growth and healthy digestion.

Another key factor of giant gourami enlargement in the pond is the starting fish. Make sure your first gourami fish are healthy and keep them in the ideal condition since the beginning.








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