KR101419114B1 - Cage culture apparatus for sea cucumber cultivation - Google Patents

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KR101419114B1
KR101419114B1 KR1020120051822A KR20120051822A KR101419114B1 KR 101419114 B1 KR101419114 B1 KR 101419114B1 KR 1020120051822 A KR1020120051822 A KR 1020120051822A KR 20120051822 A KR20120051822 A KR 20120051822A KR 101419114 B1 KR101419114 B1 KR 101419114B1
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The present invention relates to a caged sea crayfish culturing apparatus, comprising: a cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface formed by a net and having an opened upper surface; A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above; A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And an attachment substrate (60) attached to the first rope, wherein the sea cucumber feeds.
The present invention has the advantage that the sea cucumbers are efficiently cultivated in the cage network by arranging the attachment substrate in which the sea cucumbers are attached with the rope in the cage network, It is effective to combat the copepods that damage the juvenile sea cucumbers.

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[0001] CASE CULTURE APPARATUS FOR SEA CUCUMBER CULTIVATION [0002]
The present invention relates to a device for use in sea cucumber culture, and more particularly, to a cage-type aquaculture device for culturing sea cucumbers fixedly installed at a predetermined position in the sea or a festival farm, The present invention relates to a sea cucumber culturing apparatus comprising a cucumber netting apparatus.
In recent years, interest in health and wellness has been growing in the sea cucumber. In the Asian countries such as Korea and China, sea cucumbers are becoming popular as the best health food or stamina foods such as sea ginseng. Especially, sea cucumbers are the fish products preferred by Chinese people. Sea cucumbers grow at a temperature of 15 to 18 ° C, but they rarely eat food at high temperatures. Therefore, the digestive tract is degenerated, and the domestic coast becomes warmer in about July from time to time. During this period, the digestive tract becomes smaller and becomes the minimum, which is the 夏眠 term.
In order to cultivate the sea cucumber normally, the sea cucumbers were cultivated by attaching an attachment substrate called shelltta to the onshore aquaculture farm. Sea cucumbers adhere to this adherent substrate and grow as they feed. In other words, when a fine powder feed to be fed to the sea cucumber is administered in a water tank, the powder feed floats in water and adheres to the bottom of the attachment machine or the water tank.
However, there are the following problems when such an attaching machine is used. Because the inside of the farm is to be cleaned regularly due to the excretion of sea cucumbers, if a conventional attached substrate is used, it is necessary to clean the bottom of the farm after discharging a large number of attached substrates existing inside the farm for cleaning. There were many inconveniences.
There is also a method of culturing sea cucumbers, which is to grow sea cucumbers to a certain size in the aquaculture tanks. After the young sea cucumbers are taken out from the aquatic tanks for medium cultivation, Put it in the form. However, there has been a problem in that the structure of caged aquaculture farms which can easily harvest the caged sea cucumbers after they are easily attached to the caged fish farms has been insufficient.
In addition, copepods with sharp feet and tails breed in the farms producing sea cucumbers, and damage to juvenile sea cucumbers is common, so countermeasures are needed.
The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a sea cucumber type habitat suitable for the ecology of sea cucumber in a caged fish farm, to efficiently utilize and maximize the utilization of space in a farm, Device.
The present invention relates to a cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh network and having an open upper surface; A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above; A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And an attachment substrate (60) attached to the first rope and feeding the sea cucumber to feed the sea cucumber.
The present invention comprises a support (10) for supporting the guardrail (50) at a predetermined position; And buoyant means (55) for providing buoyancy to the carousel.
The present invention also relates to a cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh network and having an opened upper surface; A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above; A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And an upper end attached to the first rope and a lower end with a weight 67 hanging thereon; And an attachment substrate (66) attached to the attachment strap and feeding the sea cucumber to feed the caged sea cucumber.
The present invention also relates to a cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh network and having an opened upper surface; A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above; A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And an attachment substrate (110) having an upper end attached to the first rope and an upper end attached to the first rope and hanging a weight (120) at a lower end thereof, We provide sea cucumber cultivation equipment.
The attachment substrate may be inclined with the lower end connected to the lower rope 140 provided at the bottom of the cage net, and the attachment substrate may be formed with the projections 135 in the lateral direction.
Further, the present invention provides a method for preparing a sea cucumber; And a step of removing the copepods from the sea cucumbers by inserting an ice cage, a rockfish or a bullet into the cage net of the sea cucumber aquarium.
The above-mentioned thicket can be any one or more of a line gauge, a breath gauge, a gauge gauge, a gauge gauge, a gauge gauge, a gauge gauge, a gauge gauge, a gauge gauge, a Jeju gauge gauge, a gauge gauge and a gauge gauge.
The present invention has the advantage that the sea cucumbers are efficiently cultivated in the cage network by arranging the attachment substrate in which the sea cucumbers are attached to the inside of the cage network by using the rope, It is effective to combat the copepods that damage the juvenile sea cucumbers.
FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a sea cucumber culture apparatus according to a first embodiment of the present invention,
FIG. 2 is a partial cross-sectional view of the sea-gonning apparatus shown in FIG. 1,
3 is a modification of a part of the configuration of the sea cucumber culturing apparatus shown in Fig. 2,
4 to 5 are partial cross-sectional views of a caged sea cucumber aquarium according to a second embodiment of the present invention,
6 to 7 are views showing a part of the configuration of a caged sea cucumber forming apparatus according to a third embodiment of the present invention,
FIG. 8 is a view showing a part of the structure of a caged sea cucumber forming apparatus according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention,
Figure 9 is a side cross-sectional view of the shape shown in Figure 8,
FIG. 10 is a view showing a plurality of caged sea cucumber forming devices according to the present invention installed adjacent to each other,
Figure 11 is a partial variation of the aquaculture apparatus shown in Figure 2,
Figure 12 is a partial variation of the aquaculture apparatus shown in Figure 6,
Fig. 13 is a photograph actually taken of a copepod appearing in a sea cucumber farm.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, embodiments of a sea cucumber culturing apparatus according to the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a caged sea crayfish culture apparatus according to a first embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a partial cross-sectional view of the sea crayfish culture apparatus shown in FIG.
The sea cucumber aquaculture apparatus according to the present invention is used in a cage culture system installed in a certain region of the sea or a festival farm, hereinafter simply referred to as a sea cucumber culture apparatus. Referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, a sea cucumber aquarium 100 according to the present invention is provided with a cage net 1 made of a net in a certain area in the sea, and the sea cucumber is put into the inside of the net and cultured .
Specifically, a suitable number of support rods 10 are installed at predetermined positions in the sea, and the upper side of the plurality of support rods 10 is connected to each other by using the support rope connecting means 20. In addition, the cage net 1 has a mesh network on its substantially side and bottom surfaces, its upper surface is opened, and its periphery is attached to a substantially rectangular boxlet 50 to maintain its shape. In the figure, the carousel is not limited to a square shape but a square. The guardrail 50 supports the force while maintaining the shape of the cage net on the lower side. The guardrail 50 is fixedly attached to the support frame connecting means 20 by using a cord or a rope. Buoyant means 50 may be provided with buoyancy means 55 for providing buoyancy at appropriate locations.
The first rope (30) is placed across the open upper surface of the cage net (1) and fixed to the guardrail (50). The first rope 30 is installed on the cage net 1 substantially in parallel. In addition, the first rope 30 is attached with an attachment substrate 60, which can be habituated by attachment of sea cucumber and feeding activity. That is, the upper portion of the attachment substrate 60 is connected to the first rope 30, and the lower portion of the attachment substrate can naturally float down and spread, or the lower portion of the attachment substrate can be connected So that the substrate can be spread well (described in FIG. 3). The attached substrate may be made of any one of various materials such as net sachet, vinyl, ordinary cloth, light-shielding film, PE tent, net and the like, and there is no particular limitation on the material. That is, the attachment substrate 60 may be any material or form that can be fed into the cage culture farm or attached to the food of the sea cucumber that lives in the sea, .
FIG. 3 is a modification of a part of the configuration of the sea crayfish culturing apparatus shown in FIG. 2. In FIG. 3, the sea crayfish culturing apparatus includes a cage net, a support, 1 to 2). In addition, the lower portion of the attachment substrate is connected to the second rope 70, and the second rope 70 is provided with gravity means (75) is attached. In the case of the apparatus shown in FIG. 3, the lower part of the attachment substrate 60 is connected to another means so that gravity is exerted so that the attachment substrate is spread out, thereby allowing the sea cucumber to be more easily attached to the food and sea cucumber. It is
4 to 5 are cross-sectional views of a caged sea crayfish culturing apparatus according to a second embodiment of the present invention, and the same portions as those described above are not shown in detail. In other words, in FIG. 4, the illustrated sea cucumber culturing apparatus is also the same including the cage net, the support member, the support member connecting means, the guardrail, the first rope 30, and the like. However, in the embodiment of the present invention, the attachment method and shape are somewhat modified.
4, the first rope 30 is suspended by a mounting strap 65, and a weight 67, which is a gravity means, is provided below the mounting strap 65, As shown in Fig. One end of the attachment substrate 66 to which the sea cucumber is fed and the sea cucumber is fed is attached to the attachment cords 65. The attachment substrate is attached in an appropriate number in the vertical direction of the attachment string.
In FIG. 5, the shape of the attachment substrate 68 attached to the attachment bands 65 is somewhat modified, and the attachment bands extend through the middle portion of the attachment substrate 68 so that the attachment bands extend up and down. Other details are the same as those described with reference to FIG. 4, so a detailed description is omitted in order to avoid redundant description.
6 to 7 are views showing a part of the structure of the sea cucumber culturing apparatus according to the third embodiment of the present invention. The apparatus for producing sea cucumber shown in this embodiment is also the same, including the cage net, the support, the support connection means, the guardrail, the first rope 30, and the like. However, in the embodiment of the present invention, the shape of the attached substrate is somewhat deformed.
The attachment substrate 110 of this embodiment shown in FIG. 6 has a substantially rectangular shape, and one end is attached to the first rope 30. The attachment substrate 110 may be made of a material such as a vinyl, a mesh, a net, a PE tent, a light-shielding film, a heat-insulating lid, and a weight 120 for hanging a load so as to spread flatly. The attachment substrate is a place where sea cucumbers such as organic matter suspended in seawater or feed of sea cucumbers fed into a farm are adhered, and sea cucumbers adhere to them and can grow while eating these foods. In this embodiment, more sea cucumbers can be attached and grown by increasing the size of the attachment substrate 110. Figure 7 is similar to Figure 6 except that the upper end of the attachment substrate 115 is not attached to the first rope 30 but is attached to the first rope 30 .
FIG. 8 is a sectional view of a part of the configuration of a caged sea cucumber aquarium according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 9 is a side sectional view of the shape shown in FIG. The configuration of the sea crayfishing apparatus shown in this embodiment is the same as that described above, but the shape and arrangement of the attached substrate are somewhat modified.
Referring to the drawings, in this embodiment, an attachment substrate 130 is installed in a cage net, but is installed in a slightly inclined form. The attachment substrate 130 is substantially rectangular in shape, and the upper side is attached to the first rope 30 and the lower side is separately disposed in the lower rope 140 provided inside the cage network. In the present embodiment, it is preferable that the attachment substrates 130 having a substantially rectangular shape having a predetermined width in the up, down, left, and right directions are spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance and protrusions 135 are formed along the transverse direction in the attachment substrate 130, Do.
The material of the attachment substrate is preferably a smooth vinyl type. The method of forming the protrusions 135 on the attachment substrate may be a method of folding a part of the substrate 135 by applying heat and fusion, or forming a protrusion by inserting the rope into the inside. The attachment substrate is inclined so that microalgae, which feed on the sea cucumbers, settle down and are used as food for the sea cucumber. On the other hand, the excreta of sea cucumbers falls from the vinyl surface of the adhered substrate due to its large particle size. The projections on the adherent matrix are intended to prevent sea cucumber larvae or young sea cucumbers from sticking to the attachment substrate and falling down because they are weakly adhered to the water when they are implanted in a farm. That is, by forming a protrusion in the middle of the attachment substrate, the larva of the juvenile sea cucumber can stay on the attachment substrate without falling down.
FIG. 10 is a view showing a plurality of sea cucumber culturing devices according to the present invention installed adjacent to each other.
Fig. 11 is a partial modification of the aquarium apparatus shown in Fig. 2, and Fig. 12 is a partial modification of the aquarium apparatus shown in Fig.
Although the attachment substrate 60 of FIG. 2 and the attachment substrate 110 of FIG. 6 are illustrated as being directly connected to the first rope 30, when the first rope is directly connected to the first rope 30, There is room for the problem to come. In FIGS. 11 and 12, these attachment substrates 60 and 110 are attached to the first rope and are attached using a cord or a separate rope (hereinafter referred to as a 'vertical rope') between the bonding substrate and the first rope So that the adhesion substrate is prevented from coming out of the water surface and the bonding substrate is entirely immersed below the water surface.
Aquatic cultures that produce sea cucumbers have sharps and tailed copepods that propagate and damage young sea cucumber larvae. Therefore, countermeasures are needed. As shown in the photograph of FIG. 13, copepods have hard shells and sharp feet and tails. They also float in the water, but they also crawl on the attachment substrate. The sharp bark and tail of the copepods hurt the smooth skin of the sea cucumber, Of the population.
 The sea cucumbers are largely preyed on the adherent matrix, so they live mainly in the adherent matrix. However, the juvenile sea cucumbers which entered the membrane attachment life after the larval stage are very fragile. At this time, the sharp peel and the foot of the copepods hurt the skin of the juvenile young sea cucumber, The young sea cucumbers are almost exterminated. In particular, the copepods behave quite fast, but the behavior of the sea cucumbers is very slow and the damage becomes even bigger. Since the sea cucumber farming system has an adherent matrix in the water and an adherent diatom (phytoplankton) is formed on the adherent substrate, the copepods gradually become more numerous as the diatoms feed on the copepods. There is a problem that causes catastrophic damage.
Therefore, countermeasures against copepods should be established during the period when the sea cucumbers grow to a certain degree and the skin is not directly affected by copepods (about 60 days).
In the present invention, a method of injecting a rodent, a rockfish or a fish into a farm is devised to combat copepods. Such copepods are advantageous as small as possible. This is because the small size of the body is enough to keep on feeding small-sized copepods.
The characteristics of the big fish and the fish are adapted to living on the floor by using the circular sucker which is deformed by the right and left fins. Largely inhabited on the bottom of the shallow shore because the body is small and swimming is difficult. Although swimming skills are modest, they can be comfortably stuck on rocks and algae stalks or thin lines in the sea. This is the only attitude that can be seen only in the thicket and it is possible to have the fins finely deformed by sucking. When the sea turtles are put into the sea cucumber farm, they can be attached to the attachment substrate or the fish catch in the farm, so that the copepods living there can be eliminated. The fish that belong to the big fish family are often called 'big fish', as in 'big pile big fish' and 'big crested pile big fish'. In Korea, about 60 species of whales grow up to about 7 centimeters, and large species grow up to 40 centimeters. Among these, the relatively small size is the line gang, the gang gang, the gang gyeongbuk, the gyeongbuk gyeongbuk, the gyeongseok gyeongbu, the gyeongseok gyeongbu, the gyeongseok gyeongbu, In addition, for the copepods, it is possible to put out fishes such as giant black sea bream, rockfish,

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  1. A cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh and having an opened upper surface;
    A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above;
    A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And
    And a plurality of attachment substrates (60) attached to the first rope, wherein the sea cucumbers are fed,
    A second rope (70) interconnecting the plurality of attachment substrates at the bottom; And
    And a weight (75) provided on the second rope (70) for applying a load,
    Wherein the attachment substrate is made of a mesh cloth, a vinyl cloth, a general cloth, a light shielding film, a PE tent, a net, or a selected one or more of them.
  2. A cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh and having an opened upper surface;
    A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above;
    A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net; And
    An attachment strap 65 vertically disposed downwardly from the first rope;
    And an attachment substrate (66, 68) attached to the attachment strap, the attachment substrate being vertically spaced apart from the attachment strap and feeding the sea cucumber,
    Wherein the attachment substrate is made of a mesh cloth, a vinyl cloth, a general cloth, a light shielding film, a PE tent, a net, or a selected one or more of them.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the attaching strap (65) has a shape passing through a center of a plurality of attached substrates disposed up and down.
  4. 3. The method of claim 2,
    And a weight (67) hangs on the lower end of the attachment strap.
  5. A cage net (1) having a side surface and a bottom surface made of a mesh and having an opened upper surface;
    A guardrail (50) supporting the cage net from above;
    A first rope (30) connected to the cage litter and arranged transversely to the upper side of the cage net;
    A lower rope 140 provided at a lower portion of the first rope 30 at a lower portion of the cage net; And
    And an attachment substrate (110) connected to the first rope at an upper end and inclined at a lower end connected to the lower rope (140) to allow the sea cucumber Of sea cucumbers.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Wherein a protrusion (135) is formed in the attachment substrate in a direction parallel to the first rope.
  7. 7. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 6,
    A support table (10) located in the farm and supporting the guardrail (50); And
    (20) for connecting the upper side of the support stand (10) and the guardrail (50) to each other.
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