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    • DOST, schools, local gov’t set up mangrove crab hatcheries 

      Ronda, Rainier Allan (The Philippine Star, May 17, 2018, on page B5)
      The program was started by PCAARRD, AQD and the University of the Philippines-Visayas in 2012 to establish the first mangrove crab hatchery in the SEAFDEC in Iloilo in an effort to increase the availability of seedstock ...
    • Foreigners receiving marine fish hatchery training at SEAFDEC 

      (Panay News, July 18, 2018, on page B1-B6)
      Participants from Southeast Asian and African countries are undergoing a marine fish hatchery training at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center – Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AOD) in Tigbauan, Iloilo. “The ...
    • Mudcrab pen culture in mangroves pushed 

      PN (Panay News, November 13, 1999, on page 7-6)
      The production of mudcrab has traditionally been undertaken only in bamboo or net-fenced brackishwater ponds. Now, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (Seafdec-AQD) has been promoting ...
    • PCAARRD project promotes mud crab hatchery and nursery technologies 

      Aya, Rose Anne M. (The Daily Guardian, May 3, 2018, on page 13, 12)
      Mud crab farming has long been established in the Philippines. In fact, the country is the second top producer in the world. As most mud crab farmers rely on crab seeds from the wild, reduced landings and mean capture size ...
    • Project to push mud crabs production in PH 

      Nazario, Dhel (Manila Bulletin, May 3, 2018, on page B-13)
      To increase hatchery-reared mud crabs in the Philippines, which is the second top producer in the world, a project was funded by the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development ...
    • R&D boosts mud crab survival 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, May 15, 2018, on page A2)
      Much of the improved survival rate is traced to formulated feeds and natural food, according to the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development, Department of Science and ...
    • SEAFDEC boosts survival of dwindling seahorse stocks 

      Icamina, Paul M. (Malaya, August 26, 2011, on page A9-A10)
      For the first time, saving baby seahorses in captivity is possible with the simple discovery that washing their food with low dose formalin prevents mass mortality. The new research, made by Shela Mae A. Buen-Ursua at the ...