100 TONS of fish suddenly die in a fish farm in South Sumatra, Indonesia

Thousands of fish floating in a pool belonging to villagers Tegal Rejo Musirawas Regency of South Sumatra, Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
 
From the recognition of carers ponds, the number of dead fish reaches 100 tonnes. Should the fish that will be harvested, but damn it all already dead. Estimated losses reached Rp2,1 billion. “It’s the contents of fish tilapia, oreochromis mossambicus and pomfret. Today is of course the harvest, “said Daryono.
 
According to him, at 02.00 a.m., embankment which became a supplier of water in the pool that he kept him he knew had broken.
 
He also tried to cover up. But in vain, the levee already had broken the case too wide. As a result water supplies dwindling fast into the pool, fish and experience a lack of oxygen.
 
“We were closing the levee broke that use wood, so the water remains in the pool. But it can’t, because it’s big jebolnya. About 7 meters, “said Daryono.
 
Meanwhile, the head of the Fisheries Agency of Musi Rawas Bambang Hariyadi explains in the embankment area there are 28 units of the pool belonged to residents who already contains fish.
 
“For fish ponds that have operated since 2005. The alleged jebolnya embankment, because no strong again accommodate water discharge in the pond, “said Bambang.
 
With these events, the Department will coordinate with the Department of public works to repair the levee that broke it. “Later be modified pattern with tarps, pond systems in order to be able to operate again,” he said.
Courtesy of nasional.news.viva.co.id
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