@article{Kristanti_Effendi_Tanjung_2020, title={THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT FEED ON THE GROWTH RATE OF Artemia salina}, volume={3}, url={https://ajoas.ejournal.unri.ac.id/index.php/ajoas/article/view/53}, DOI={10.31258/ajoas.3.1.77-83}, abstractNote={<p>Artemia salina is a natural feed that is widely used in fish and shrimp hatcheries due to its good nutritional content. This research was conducted in August 2019. This study aims to determine the effect of different types of feed on the growth rate of <em>A. salina</em> on a laboratory scale. The method used in this study was an experimental method that uses a completely randomized design (CRD) 1 factor with 3 levels namely, cornstarch (A), wheat (B) and tapioca (C). Water parameters show that the conditions was in good condition with average temperatures ranging from 28.1 - 28.7 oC, pH 8 and with a salinity of 60 ppt. Body length of <em>A. salina</em> ranged from 5.33 - 82.33 mm, where the body length in level A (cornstarch) was 82.33, level B (wheat) was 54.33, level C (tapioca) was 18, 67 and the control level is 5.33. The results of the ANOVA test for body length increase of <em>A. salina</em> showed p<0.05, that is 0.00. The survival rate of <em>A. salina</em> with different feed ranges from 0.5% - 88.50%, where the survival rate in level A (cornstarch) is 88.50%, level B (wheat) is 3.17%, level C (tapioca) is worth 51.50% and Control level is worth 0.5%. Survival rate in level A (cornstarch) is quite good. Based on ANOVA test, the survival rate between levels showed p<0.05, that is 0.00.</p>}, number={1}, journal={Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences}, author={Kristanti and Effendi, Irwan and Tanjung, afrizal}, year={2020}, month={Apr.}, pages={77-83} }