Isdaan floating restaurant is located at Calauan Laguna, it is located along the highway and it is on the right side of the road . It can be easily spotted because of its big statue which is eye catchers. Going to Isdaan floating restaurant in our case we went to JAC liner along Sen. Gil Puyat near Vito Cruz station. We boarded the bus with a signage of Sta. Cruz, it took us two and half hour getting there. Our fare is 112 pesos from vito cruz to Isdaan floating restaurant. In our ticket it say from kilometer post 005 to 073, so approximately it is around 68 km from Manila. Continue reading “How to get to Isdaan floating restaurant”
Purchase the required fry once every year of operation, especially during the peak season in May.
Start production in the nursery pond, then the transition pond, formation pond, and finally the rearing pond.
Divide the grow-out process into two phases: formation and rearing phases.
Allow the fingerlings to grow from a 20g fingerling size to a 50g post-fingerling size in the formation pond using natural food organisms as primary food for the stock.
Transfer the post-fingerlings to the rearing pond. Milkfish will grow to the marketable size of 250g in three months at an average growth rate of 2.2g/day . Expect the milkfish to grow bigger during the dry season at an average growth rate of 3g/day.
Provide supplementary feeds to sustain fish growth particularly during the wet season when lab-lab and other natural foods in the pond are depleted. A weekly feed conditioning is necessary to determine the attractability of the feed.
Efficient feeds should be used. Unattractive feeds results in poor health of the milkfish.
Eradicate snail pest called suso and bangungon. These pests destroy lab-lab mat and compete with bangus for lab-lab. Use alternative molluscicide, like tobacco dust, applied at 300-400 kg/ha. Or collect the snails by sweeping or handpicking and burn them with rice straw. Continue reading “Milkfish (Bangus) Production Part 3”