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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Alkaline Antioxidant Water ( Lydia 7s )

Dear friends,

I wish to share out this message to whom is interested on the Alkaline Antioxidant Water under Alkalife Water (www.alkalifewater.com) (Since 1998) for Your First Step Towards Better Health. For this sharing, I can gain points if you bought the machine with reference to my name See Yun Leong or WhatsApp your interest to 01112885539, as I just bought the Lydia 7s on 08/05/2016. With all your help, hope I can upgrade to Lydia 9s soon and I can donate the Lydia 7s to whom it may be useful, as I think the kidney dialysis center will be useful too.

The Lydia Machine consist of:-

  1. 7/9 Slotted Platinum-Titanium Plates-The best grade platinum and titanium from the top metal manufacturer in Japan.
  2. Personalized pH and Antioxidant (ORP) Levels-Alkalife can help customize the pH/ORP combination best suited to the health needs of you and your family.
  3. Certified Water Safety with Smart Filtration Technology (SFT)-16 stages of filtration between 2 internal filters for removal of sediments, chlorine, gems, bacteria and viruses. Certified to be sulphite free and medical grade. Microchips in the filters monitor contamination levels and indicate exact time to change your filter.
  4. Reduce Heat, Noise & Power Consumption-New generation transformer-less design for a more energy efficient ionizer.
  5. No Supply Interruption-Cleans as you use. No waiting, just fresh, ionized water every time.
  6. One Touch Operation-Get ionized water with just one touch! No more messy tubes and cumbersome operation.
The Alkaline Water Discovery.
Long before attempts were made to create alkaline water, Dr Henri Coanda (father of fluid dynamics and Nobel prize winner at 78 years old) spent 6 decades studying water in the Hunza Valley. The Hunza people routinely lived to 120-140 years in good health with virtually no cancer or degenerative diseases. They were even able to bear children in old age. He discovered that water in the Hunza Valley had a high alkaline pH and an extraordinary amount of antioxidants. Scientists also discovered that water in other areas such as the Andes Mountains, Caucasus in Azerbaijian, Louvres in France, and Medina (Zam-Zam water) share very similar properties to that of the Hunza Water.

Recreating Hunza Alkaline Antioxidant Water.
In efforts to recreate Hunza water, Japanese scientist experimented with electrolysis technology. They found electricity could be used to restructure the water, thus giving it similar properties to Hunza water. The first water ionizers were large units used in hospitals. Today however, technology has improved to the point where ionizers are a lot more compact, convenient, and there are alternatives to using electrolysis. Our alkaline systems are certified by the Ministry of Health of Japan & Korea as medical devices with certs from FDA, ISO, and WQA among others.

Benefits of Alkaline Antioxidant Water.
  1. Help Maintain pH Balance-Ionization raises the pH of tap water from around 7 (neutral) up to pH 11.5 (alkaline). Ionized water acts as a solvent on acidic waste (such as fats, uric acid, cholesterol) stored in the body and dissolves it to be removed by the blood.
  2. Super Hydrates and Detoxifies Your Body-Ionization cuts the size of the water molecular cluster in half. This smaller cluster can penetrate the cellular membranes of the body easier, thus speeding up new tissue building and waste removal. The smaller clusters also means that alkaline water is more hydrating and help reduce wrinkles and keep the skin supple and smooth.
  3. Energizes You-Ionization adds oxygen rich OH- ions into the water. By drinking alkaline water, more oxygen is made available to enrich the blood which can increase one's level of energy and promote quicker healing.
  4. Keeps You Young and Slow Down Aging-The ionized OH- molecules have extra electrons that neutralize destructive free radicals circulating throughout the body and thus allow the natural healing process of the body to predominate, slowing down the aging process.
Information: Most of us have been told we need to drink a minimum of 6 to 8 glasses of water a day. But if you recorded how much you actually drink, it most likely falls short. Many of our health problems are the result of dehydration. We have lost touch with our bodies many cries for water and have instead substituted food or other drinks for water. Ironically many of the liquids we choose like alcohol, sodas, coffee, and tea actually dehydrate the body, thus adding the problem. But here's a water that tastes great and it actually good for you!

Acidosis: What's Eating You.
Acidosis is the accumulation of acid in our body and is part of the natural process of metabolism and lifestyle factors. Acidic wastes not flushed out through sweat or urine are solidified into cholesterol, fat, urates, uric acid and oxalates (gout & stones). Early symptoms such as tenseness, lethargy, poor resistance and circulation can left unchecked lead to bigger problems.
Acidosis is the result of our modern affluent lifestyle. Environment pollution, food additives, chemical and emotional stresses also produces acidic body conditions that contribute to degenerative diseases and premature aging. Japanese scientists and medical studies in the United State have identified the accumulation of acidic wastes in our body as the underlying cause of degenerative diseases.
The only foods that are alkaline are organic, raw fruits and vegetables. If you diet consists of 80-100% organic fruits and vegetables eaten raw (uncooked, not steamed, not canned or packaged) then you can possibly maintain a proper alkaline environment. All national health authorities recommend eating 5 to 9 serving of fruits and vegetables every day may decrease their risk of cancer by 50% and their risk of heart disease by 33% compared to people who eat fewer fruits and vegetables. Eating 5 times a day may also reduce the risk of diabetes, osteoporosis, gout, arthritis, and other chronic diseases.

How to get rid of acidosis?
You can eat a 80-100% organic and raw diet of fruits and vegetables. It might take a year or two years  to reach a proper pH.
OR you can drink Alkaline Ionized Anti-Oxidant water daily which is proven to reverse acidosis.

Common Acidosis Symptoms
  1. Overweight-Acid gets stored in fat cells. As defense, your body produces fat cells to be store the acid wastes at a safe distance from your vital organs.
  2. Joint Pain & Arthritis-


Here's the use of pH in Alkaline Ionizers.

Basically Alkaline water is for drinking/soaking fruits and vegetables to remove pesticides and acidic water is more for rinsing and external uses. But, here's some detail explanations.

Uses of water based on pH

pH 10.5/11 –  Highly alkaline and is a potent cleaning agent that can be used in place of detergents and cleansers.   It is a tremendous grease cutting agent.  After cleaning your surfaces with this water, it is recommended that you spray the pH 3-4 on the surface as an anti‐microbial, and then let it air dry.

pH 8.5-10 - Used for drinking

pH 6-5 – Beauty water has amazing astringent properties and is extremely good for the skin and hair.  Spray it on, splash it on, soak in it…but get it on your skin if you want to have the best looking/feeling skin around! Use it to replace your facial toner. Can be used to water plants as well.

pH 3-4 – Used for disinfecting, killing germs and bacteria. Use it to mop the floor, rinsing baby bottles instead of boiling as well.

Specific Uses

Fruits and Veggies‐ Soak (or spray on surface) in pH 3 for 2 to 3 minutes and stir water to work it into rough textured produce like lettuce, broccoli, etc. This kills microbes that might be on the produce.  When finished with this process soak in pH 10.5/11 for at least FIVE minutes to clean the produce, remove pesticides and herbicides, and enhance shelf life.
Laundry – Put pH 10.5/11 in the liquid detergent tank of your washer and wash just as you would with detergent but without the detergent.  Clothes come out cleaner and brighter than with detergents and for those with chemical sensitivities there are no side effects. 

Cleaning floors – (hardwood, ceramic tiles), windows, eyeglasses, washing dishes, and many other cleaning situations pH 3.

Acne / Eczema – Spray pH 3 and let it air dry. Drink enough alkaline water to assist your body in supplying antioxidants.
Cuts and scrapes – Anytime the skin has been torn I recommend that you spray on the pH 3 at least once a day.  This helps the immune system deal with the micro‐organisms like bacteria, viruses, etc. that may be able to get into the body through the hole in the skin.  Then soak the wound or scrape (it may be easier to soak a cloth and apply to the area instead) for at least 3 minutes in pH 5-6 and allow it to air dry.

Sunburns – If the sunburn is not severe enough for medical treatment spray the pH 10.5/11 on the skin or soak a cloth in this water and apply to sunburned area. When you are finished with that session spray pH 5-6 on the entire area and let it air dry before covering with clothing. Repeat as desired.
  
Sore Throats – When one has a sore throat we’ve learned that gargling with pH 3 for 3 or 4 times per day works extremely well.

Mouthwash – use the pH 3 to swish and gargle with as a mouthwash to destroy bacteria and other micro‐organisms with exposure times of less than a minute.  It’s the bacteria breaking down the foods in your mouth that produce the acids that cause tooth decay. 

Cooking – pH 8.5 to 9.5  is excellent to cook with and enhances the flavors and texture of your food. Try it on your rice, you will notice fluffier texture!

Facial Toner - pH 6.0 for dry skin, pH 5.0 for oily skin. Rinse your face after cleansing with your cleanser. Use this in replacement of your facial toner. You can also store this water in a mini spray and keep it in your handbags as it also can be used as a mist to remove oil, sweat and sebum throughout the day. Pat dry with a facial cotton if needed.



Monday, February 22, 2016

GrabCar Drivers - Full time or Part time Jobs

Dear friends,

Hope who have his/her own car or name driver with car age below 6 years will available for above jobs.
But car age above 6 years above still available and need to go for GrabCar's inspection at Parking space CP3, Jaya One, The School, don't worry if you maintain your car in good condition it will be fine.

You can sign up the above jobs on your Android phone at Google by typing.... my.grabcar.com/signup and fill up all the details. I-Phone user not available for the Application.

How did you hear about GrabCar? part Remember to chose on Referral from Driver ( See Yun Leong / WPS 105 ) or Referral code see39689 or ID: 233177. Then you sms/WhatsApp to 0162108102 because when you finished your 1st 10 trips i can share my bonus with you RM 50.00 when GrabCar reimburse the Bonus into my account, deal....

Tips on GrabCar Drivers:

  • Make sure you are ready for jobs only on for acceptance jobs, as it will reduce your acceptance rate, with 80% and above acceptance rate to enjoy the incentive Bonuses. You can check up your incentive at bit.ly/grabcar_incentive
  • Top up credit in your Grabcar Driver at e-pay at http://www.e-pay.com.my/shop/category/7/Others+%28i.e+Ticket+Collection+etc%29 and chose Grab and register user and pay by your credit card and after finish the 16 digits code will appear and reloads in the apps.
  • If your customers use Grabpay, then it more easy to top up using Wallet, press the CASH OUT (Green Button) for Cash Balance (MYR) and it will straight a way top up to your Credit Balance (MYR). But remember min RM 10.00 only can cash out using CASH OUT option.
  • If you wish to change your phone no and phone, just need to download the GrabDriver App in the new phone n open the App and go to Setting bottom got Device Information and update to the Grab at 1300805858 so easy.


Update: 23.02.16 Starting from 1st March 2016, Uber Service Fee for all new partners to 25% from current 20% on all fare.

Means if the fare collected now RM 10.00, Uber Service Fee is RM 2.00 but new Uber partners register on 1st March 2016 will be RM 2.50 already, so don't miss this opportunity to register as GrabCar Drivers as it still remain 20% on all fare.

Happy driving.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Kursus Ternakan Udang Galah Dalam Kolam (PPA Perlok) 17-21 Ogos 2015

Di sini saya ingin mengucapkan ribuan terima kasih kepada pihak Jabatan Perikanan Malaysia dan Penceramah & Pemudahancara di Pusat Pengembangan Akuakultur Kg Perlok yang telah memberi nasihat dan tunjuk ajar dalam Kursus Ternakan Udang Galah Dalam Kolam kepada 22 pelajar pada 17 hingga 21 Ogos 2015.

Selain itu, kepada peminat Akuakultur lain yang ingin menyertai dalam kursus yang akan datang, boleh hubugi Pusat Pengembangan Akuakultur Kg Perlok, Mukim Ulu Cheka, 27030 Jerantut, Pahang di Tel: 09-2601113, Fax: 09-2601110 dan email: ppa_perlok@dof.gov.my

Harap ilmu yang saya perolehi dapat berkongsi dengan rakan-rakan sekalian disini. (Sharing is Caring) Kalau mana ada kolam terbiar disekitar Cheras yang ingin dibangunkan semula, boleh hubungi saya di 011-12885539 atau WhatsApp 016-2108102, Sekian, terima kasih.

Pendahuluan Ternakan Udang Galah
Menternak udang galah adalah pekerjaan sepenuh masa
Menghasilkan udang galah berkualiti tinggi, selamat dimakan, suci, bersih & halal, pengeluaran secara mapan dan mesra dengan alam sekitar.

Akuakultur = Ternakan
Penternak = Wadar, sebab perlu mengepung / mengurung / memenara udang di dalam struktur yang dibina.

Senario Industri Akuakultur Air Tawar yang ingin dilihat-Projek Berdaya Maju
Tapi kebanyakan Projek Gagal-Kolam Terbiar

Mengapa projek akuakultur gagal?
Sikap

  • tidak serius / tidak bersungguh
  • tidak perancangan yang teliti
  • terburu-buru nak buat projek
  • buat dulu belajar kemudian
  • nak cuba, try, test bela udang
  • mengambil kesempatan di atas bantuan / tawaran pelbagai pihak / agensi
Pengetahuan & Kemahiran
  • tiada asas / ilmu yang berkaitan
  • buat projek secara ikutan
  • tidak pernah / mahu hadir kursus
  • tidak merujuk kepada Jabatan
  • tidak tahu kewujudan Jabatan Perikanan
Kewangan
  • duit tak cukup
  • tiada sumber pembiayaan
Tapak
  • tak sesuai
  • teliti pilih tapak
  • tiada pemilihan tapak dibuat
Udang Air Tawar

  • lebih 200 spesis udang air tawar daripada Genus Macrobrachium
  • terdapat di kawasan tropika & sub tropika
  • dijumpai secara asli di semua benua selain Benua Eropah
  • terawal, Macrobrachium carcinus (Linnaeus, 1758)
  • terkini, Macrobrachium sirindhorm (Naiyanetr, 2001)
  • terkenal M.lanchesteri, M.japonicum, M.lar, M.nipponense, M.malcomsonii, M.rosenbergii
Udang Galah (Macrobrachium rosenbergii)
  • dijumpai secara asli di seluruh Asia Tenggara, Asia Selatan, Ocenia Utara dan Kepulauan Barat Pasifik seperti di
  1. Malaysia, Thailand, Filipina, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam
  2. India, Sri Langka
  3. Australia Utara, Papua New Guinea
  • ada di perairan berhubungan dengan laut
  • kawasan air payau untuk pembiakan, membesar air tawar
  • kini diternak di 40 buah negara bukan asli seperti Hawaii, Mauritius, Taiwan, China, Isreal, Costa Rica, Mexico, Amerika Syarikat, Zambabwe, Brazil dan Equadar
Sejarah Ternakan Udang Galah
  • secara tradisi dengan memerangkap udang galah liar di sawah padi di Asia Tenggara
  • 1961-1962, Dr Shao Wen Ling (FAO) & Merican (DOF) berjaya menghasilkan benih udang galah di Institut Penyelidikan Perikanan, Pulau Pinang
  • 1973-1974, Takuji Fujimura & Micheal New menjalankan kajian pembenihan & ternakan udang galah di Hawaii, Thailand & Taiwan
  • 1980, ternakan secara komersial bermula di Thailand
  • 1980, Jabatan Perikanan bina pusat pembenihan udang galah di Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson, Kg Acheh, Sitiwan dan pantai Sabak, Kota Baru
  • 1982, ternakan udang galah secara polikultur dengan ikan kap mula dperkenalkan
  • tengah 1990'an, ternakan secara komersial bermula di Perak
  • > 1995, banyak hatceri udang galah swasta beroperasi
Kenapa Ternak Udang Galah?
  • udang air tawar terbesar
  • cepat membesar
  • ada benih daripada hatceri
  • ada teknologi ternakan
  • permintaan tinggi
  • harga tinggi & stabil 
  • margin keuntungan besar
Pengeluaran Udang Galah Di Malaysia
Tahun                     Tan Metrik
2013                       456,610
2012                       318,400
2011                       334,440
2010                       619,220
2009                       551,600
2008                       335,500
2007                       219,158
2006                       193,760
2005                       205,033

Pengeluaran Udang Galah Mengikut Negeri 2009
  1. Sarawak             140.00 Tan
  2. Perak                  120.80 Tan
  3. Negeri Sembilan  103.11 Tan
  4. Johor                     32.91 Tan
  5. Kedah                   29.93 Tan
  6. Pahang                  13.02 Tan
  7. Terengganu            10.08 Tan
  8. Jumlah                  551.60 Tan                          
Pengeluar Udang Galah Terbesar
  1. China
  2. Thailand
  3. India 
  4. Bangladesh
  5. Taiwan
Teknologi Ternakan Udang Galah
1.Ekstensif (Sambilan)
  • Kadar penebaran, < 5 ekor / m 2
  • Makanan semulajadi
  • Pengurusan rendah
  • Tidak perlu pengudaraan tambahan
  • Risiko rendah
  • Hasil rendah < 1.5 tan / hektar
2.Separa intensif (Part-time)
  • Kadar penebaran sederhana, 5-10 ekor / m 2
  • Pengurusan sederhana
  • Makanan semulajadi + palet
  • Tidak perlu pengudaraan tambahan
  • Risiko sederhana
  • Hasil sederhana 1.5-2.5 tan / hektar
3.Intensif (Full-time)
  • Ternakan berkepatan tinggi > 10 ekor / m 2
  • Pengurusan intensif & pengawasan rapi
  • Risiko tinggi
  • Perlu pengudaraan tambahan
  • Makanan rumusan / palet sepenuhnya
  • Pulangan hasil tinggi > 2.5 tan / hektar
4.Polikultur (Campuran)
  • Ternakan secara ekstensif
  • Udang dan ikan diternak dalam satu kolam
  • Udang tebar dulu sebelum ikan 2 bulan kemudian
  • Kadar tebar udang 1-5 ekor / m 2, ikan < 1 ekor / m 2
  • Ikan-ikan herbivor / maun saja contoh
  1. Lampam Jawa        1,500 ekor
  2. Kap kepala besar      600 ekor
  3. Kap rumput              300 ekor
  4. Udang galah         12,500 ekor 
  • Masalah pengurusan & tidak digalakkan
  • Tempoh ternakan lama > 1 tahun
5.Monokultur (Major)
  • Ternak Udang sejenis sahaja
  • Secara ekstensif / separa intensif / intensif
  • Pengurusan lebih mudah
  • Hasil lebih tinggi
a) Ternakan Sepusingan
  • Secara sekaligus daripada benih ke saiz tuaian
  • Kolam dikeringkan dan disediakan untuk pusingan ternakan seterusnya
  • Tempoh ternakan 6-8 bulan
  • Amalan biasa dan digalakkan
b) Ternakan Secara Berterusan
  • Secara berterusan sehingga lebih 2 tahun tanpa kering kolam
  • Benih ditebar setiap 2-3 bulan atau selepas tuaian dibuat
  • Kepadatan tinggi, benih pelbagai saiz
  • Tumbesaran lambat & kadar hidup rendah
  • Kadar kanabalisma tinggi
  • Hanya udang bersaiz pasaran dijual
  • Pengurusan sukar
  • Tidak digalakkan
5.Integrasi
  • Ternakan haiwan, tanaman & akuakultur dalam satu kawasan
  • Ternakan ikan & udang berkepadatan rendah < 1 ekor / m2
  • Pengurusan minima
  • Tiada pengudaraan
  • Tiada pertukaran air
  • Hanya haiwan diberi makanan
  • Udang makan lebihan makanan ikan dan najis
  • Tidak disyorkan untuk diamalkan
Sistem-sistem Ternakan Udang Galah
1. Koalm Tanah
  • Paling sesuai dan digalakkan
  • Kelebihan ada makanan asli / semulajadi dalam kolam
  • Kos pembinaan kolam murah dan mudah
2. Tangki
  • Simen atau gentian kaca
  • Tidak digalakkan kerana bermasalah
  • Kadar tumbesaran lambat dan kadar hidup rendah
  • Tiada makanan asli
  • Pemberian makanan 100%
3. Kandang / Kepungan
  • Kepungan di kawasan air cetek dalam tasek / empangan
  • Thailand & Sri Langka
  • Hasil memuaskan
4. Sangkar
  • Kajian ternakan dalam sangkar di dalam taliair di Thailand
  • Hasil sangat rendah
5. Sawah padi
  • Thailand, Vietnam & India
  • Tanaman padi setahun sekali
  • Hasil rendah sebagai pendapatan sampingan
Udang Galah Jantan
  • Saiz lebih besar daripada betina pada umur sama
  • Kepala lebih besar daripada betina, badan tirus ke ekor
  • Alat kelamin di antara kaki jalan no 5
Udang Galah Betina
  • Saiz lebih kecil daripada jantan pada umur sama
  • Kepala dan kaki jalan no 2 kecil daripada jantan
  • Badan besar di bahagian tengah untuk kandung telor
  • Alat kelamin di antara kaki jalan no 3
Mengenali Benih Udang Galah
  • Beberapa garisan melintang selari di bahagian kelapa
  • Bentuk sundak / rostrum
Morfologi Udang Galah
  • pelbagai saiz dalam satu populasi
  • kadar tumbesaran berbeza antara individu
  • struktur populasi udang galah
  1. jantan besar / bull males
a) sepit biru (BC)
b) sepit oren (OC)
  1. jantan kecil (SM)
  2. betina bertelor
  3. betina besar
  4. betina kecil
Pusingan Hidup Udang Galah
  • Telor
  1. Pengeraman di antara 18-21 hari, warna telor berubah daripada kuning , kelabu ke hitam
  2. Bilangan telor 500-1,000 biji / gram berat badan indok
  3. Telor menentas dalam air payau ke peringkat rega
  • Rega
  1. Hidup dalam air payau
  2. Sifat planktonik berenang ekor dahulu dalam keadaan terbalik
  3. 11 peringkat rega selama 20-45 hari, menyalin kulit untuk bertukar peringkat
  • Benih
  1. Boleh hidup dalam air payau tapi sesuai air tawar
  2. Menyerupai udang dewasa, berenang kepala dahulu ke hadapan
  3. Mudik ke hulu sungai membesar sehingga dewasa
  • Dewasa
  1. Membesar di air tawar dan matang 4-5 bulan
  2. Balik ke kuala sungai untuk menjalani proses pembiakan
  3. Catadramous
Sifat-sifat Udang Galah
  • Sifat-sifat penting perlu diketahui supaya amalan pengurusan yang dilakukan bersesuaian dengan tabiat semulajadinya
  • Boleh membantu mengatasi masalah semasa mengendalkan pengurusan seharian
  • Meningkatkan penghasilan daripada kolam ternakan
1.Menyalin kulit
  • Untuk membesar perlu menyalin kulit
  • Berlau pertambahan berat badan dan saiz
  • Kekerapan bergantung kepada mutu air, mutu dan jumlah makanan
2.Kawalan Wilayah
  • Sifat mengawal kawasan pada udang galah jantan
  • Mengecilkn kawasan untuk udang-udang lain
  • Udang bersaiz besar perlu dituai
3. Kanabalisma
  • Sifat memakan sesama sendiri
  • Kadar tinggi bila salin kulit tidak sempurna, makanan tidak cukup / tidak bermutu dan kadar penebran terlalu tinggi, kuran tempat berlindung
4. Maserba / Omivorous
  • Tidak memilih makanan termasuk memakan sesama sendiri
  • Makanan dari sumber tumbuhan dan haiwan
  • Palet untuk tujuan ternakan
5. Menjauhi cahaya
  • Peringkat benih hingga dewasa
  • Kesuburan air kolam penting untuk kurangan cahaya
  • Berkumpul di bahagian dalam / tengah kolam waktu siang
6. Waktu Aktif
  • Awal pagi, lewat petang dan malam
  • Berada di tepi kolam mencari makanan
  • Matahari tinggi / air kolam panas, di kawasan air dalam
  • Bersembunyi di tempat perlindungan

Iklan:
  • Benih udang galah boleh contact Ms Han 0165577906 di Pantai Remis, Perak
  • Benih udang galah boleh contact 0192297888 Kg Archeh






Ribuan Terima Kasih kepada:

  1. Mohamad Nazri Bin Puasa, Pusat Penetasan Udang Galah, Kompleks Perikanan Kg Acheh, Sitiawan, Perak. Email: m_nazri@dof.gov.my

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Second Chance Life and New Freshwater Livestock Project

Hi, if you can have the second change to life on will be good, right...
So at here my new plan and hope it can work out to help you and me here....

Project A
Need Orchard Helper stay at the Orchard located at Mantin, Negeri Sembilan.
There got around 3 acres land planted with Durian Kampung Trees, Nangka Trees, Rambutan Trees, etc.
Duty to take care the Orchard so the Fruit Trees can growth healthy and plant vegetable for own consumption or can generate income from Orchard.
Wages need to base on the output from the Orchard but the daily necessaries foods for Orchard helper will be provide.
Hope interested person can WhatsApp me at 016-2108102. Thanks.

Project B
Need Joint Venture for un-used house or land area around Jalan Kuari, Cheras or Connaught Avenue Business Park.
Planning to run the Freshwater Livestock at this place.
Fish types planned like Tilapia, Catfish, Marble Goby, Ma-sheer, Snake-head, etc.
Freshwater Livestock got a good market here but it need to take time and care for them to growth healthy.
If this Project B can run, will try to get a helper to look after it so we can help each others around.
The helper maybe can from disable person society or single mother society so can help their life to live better.
Wages and JV profit need to depends on Livestock revenue.
Hope interested parties can WhatsApp me at 016-2108102. Thanks.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Ikan Keli

Ikan Keli farm in the 2 feet x 1 feet aquarium without air pump, give pallet foods and when bigger will give roti kering,etc

02.05.15-Buy 40 tails at 3"
05.05.15-Die 5 tails
07.05.15-Die 3 tails
10.05.15-Die 1 tail
18.05.15-Stable in the aquarium already after 2 weeks, hope they will growth healthy...
07.06.15-Die 1 tail

Balance stock on 10.06.15 is 30 tails
Successful rate : 75%

Updates:
02.05.15-40 tails around 3"
02.05.15-in tank 1' x 2' 

Monday, April 27, 2015

Kelong Sangkar Kuning (Port Klang)

Kelong Sangkar Kuning ada 2 jenis kelong 

Kelong Atas 


Kelong Bawah 

Package 1, RM 600 untuk 6 orang saja.
Package 2, RM 700 untuk 7 orang saja.
  • termasuk transport 2 hala pergi balik.
  • masa stay sehari semalam.
  • check-in jam 2ptg - 6ptg.
  • check-out jam yang sama.
  • utility yang ada,dapur masak,toilet,hall dan bilik.
  • perkakas dapur ada.

PERHATIAN. bawa umpan dan makanan memasak sendiri.
  • terbuka kepada semua orang, hak umur 13 tahun atas.

[PROMOSI LAMA TIDAK VALID LAGI]
  • booking 2 minggu awal,
  • SEBAB kelong mancing sentiasa penuh.
Pembayaran booking SEPARUH dari harga asal.
sesiapa nak booking untuk HOLIDAY kena awal,siapa dulu bayar booking kira comfirm.

Untuk booking boleh hubungi:-
  1. Kak Siti - 017-3180588
  2. Abg Zamri - 013-3378753


Lokasi Kelong Sangkar Kuning
Lokasi Kelong Sangkar Kuning di antara Plau Che Mat Zin dan Pulau Selat Kering



Hasil pancing di Kelong Sangkar Kuning










Sunday, April 26, 2015

Funder for Sangkar Ikan Laut, Port Klang

Funders interest can come to Port Klang for site viewing, as there were around 40 Sangkar 16 x 16 standby for new anak ikan laut Merah to be start around May to Jun 2015, as after mature around 1KG, it ready for the market to catch up with Chinese Near Year 2016 season. 
Budget funds needed around RM 200,000.00 once the funds full the project will be running.
All term and conditions can be arrange in black and white.
As now the Market price for ikan laut Merah at RM 28.00 (Apr'2015) as per  http://103.18.246.209/ikanonline/
Estimate returns per cycle of 7 months is RM 70,000.00
Around 60% returns on investment of RM 200,000.00

Interested Funders can WhatsApp to 011-28241483 for appointment to meet with the Sangkar's owner at Port Klang or can visit the Facebook: Kelong Sangkar Kuning to view the location and Sangkar setting.
Hope we can make the future better.
Thanks.

Updates on the Sangkar
video
About 24,000 fry fish in the sangkar now... Hope more funders will join the above project. Thanks.

Transportation to Port Klang

For easy, I just take the KTM Komuter from Bandar Tasek Selatan to Port Klang only cost RM 4.70 per trip. It will take about 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours to Port Klang from there. You need to wait at Platform 2 train and exchange train to Port Klang at KL Sentral. when you reach at KL Sentral look for Platform 5 to Port Klang at up stair. So be careful sometime you maybe take the train until Klang only, but no worry, you just need to walk out and cross the bridge go opposite to wait the next train to Port Klang.

Be remind, the last train back to Bandar Tasek Selatan from Port Klang is 9.45pm.

After reach Port Klang, you can take the Boat Taxi (speed boat) to the sangkar about 1/2 hour only and cost about RM 150 per trip. Whereas normal boat around 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours.

Here were some sangkar ready for the Ikan laut Merah to be in this May to Jun 2015. Hope to hear from funders soon.