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    • Proceedings of National Seaweed Planning Workshop now available at SEAFDEC AQD 

      (News Express, April 22, 2002, on page 4)
      Here is good news to the seaweed industry associations, academic, and research organizations conducting seaweed research and development and other interested parties. The proceedings for the National Seaweed Planning ...
    • SEAFDEC AQD host AQ Biotech National Planning Workshop 

      (News Express, April 25, 2002, on page 1-4)
      The National Planning Workshop for Aquaculture Biotechnology was held April 12 at the headquarters of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) in this town. The one-day workshop ...
    • Philippines catching up in fish hatchery business 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, April 29, 2002, on page 9-4)
      Not long ago, Taiwan imported marine fish larvae and fingerlings from its Asian neighbors, one of which is the Philippines. Now, Taiwan boasts of its capability to produce at least 60 marine fish species at commercial ...
    • Dagupan City pushes bid to become bangus capital of the world 

      De Leon, Eva (The Philippine Star, May 19, 2002, on page 28)
      Soon, bangus (milkfish), the country’s national fish and also this city’s famous product, will be known as the fish of the masses not only in the Philippines but also in Asia. House Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr., who is also ...
    • BFAR launches Coral Garden 

      Newsrepublic Press (The News Today, May 24, 2002, on page 1-3)
      In order to conserve the dwindling coral reefs in the country, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources along with other national government agencies had launched the first Coral Garden here. According to Malcolm ...
    • SEAFDEC builds biotech lab 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, June 1, 2002, on page B4)
      A state-of-the-art biotechnology laboratory is now being built in the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) complex in this seaside town situated 25 kilometers west of Iloilo ...
    • RP aquaculture sector benefits from BFAR-SEAFDEC program 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, June 2, 2002, on page B-2)
      The country's aquaculture sector continues to benefit considerably from a program jointly being implemented by a government agency and a Southeast Asian center. Called Joint Mission for Accelerated Nationwide Technology ...
    • Shrimp congress set in July 

      (The Philippine Star, June 2, 2002, on page B-2)
      Scientific advances in shrimp culture technology and the establishment of diagnostic laboratories for shrimp diseases by the government provide hope that the Philippine shrimp industry can still recover after a series of ...
    • "Lampirong will be back in our tables soon" - BFAR 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, June 3, 2002, on page 5)
      Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Regional Director Sonia Seville advised fishermen along shores where once there were abundant harvests of lampirong (Placuna placenta) or kapis shells to "wait a little bit ...
    • Publication on seaweeds now off the press 

      (The Philippine Star, June 9, 2002, on page B-3)
      The local seaweed industry stands to benefit from the publication of the proceedings of the National Seaweed Planning Workshop held last August 2-3 in Tigbauan, Iloilo. Held at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
    • Seafdec dept head reappointed 

      (Manila Standard, June 9, 2002, on page 1)
      Upon the government's endorsement, through President Arroyo, the chief of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department has been reappointed for an unprecedented four term. Dr. Rolando Platon was ...
    • 'Code of Practice' for sustainable shrimp farming formulated 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, June 16, 2002, on page B-5)
      A "Code of Practice for Sustainable Shrimp Farming" has been formulated. Behind the move were the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center ...
    • European Union funds 'alimango' project 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, June 23, 2002, on page B-1)
      The European Union (EU) is now funding a project on mudcrab (alimango) involving four institutions worldwide, among them a Philippine government-hosted Southeast Asian center. Titled "Culture and Management of Scylla ...
    • Mindset Publishing, Inc.: In focus 

      Laguda, Rommel C. (The News Today, June 28, 2002, on page 3)
      When Mindset Publishing, Inc. was born four years ago, the idea of developing textbooks and other instructional materials that would contribute to the upliftment of the educational standards not only in our region but also ...
    • Shrimp congress upholds environment-friendly culture 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, July 4, 2002, on page 5-12)
      The national congress for the shrimp industry held here last July 1-3, 2002 presented latest advancements in technology and scientific studies relegated to shrimp farming and disease prevention. The congress attended by ...
    • Dumangas coastal dev't gains momentum 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, July 4, 2002, on page 5-11)
      Bullish oil players in the country informed Mayor Rolando Distura here of their interest in putting up a depot near the port. Distura informed Panay News on this update yesterday. Three of the oil companies mentioned were ...
    • Seafood dish contest set 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, July 6, 2002, on page B-6)
      Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the tastiest seafood dish of them all? Come July 9, the answer to this and other questions will be provided during a seafood dish contest to be held at the government-hosted Southeast ...
    • Kapiz shell industry being revived 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, July 7, 2002, on page B-4)
      The country's kapiz (window pane oyster) shell industry, which dwindled to near extinction in recent years owing to overexploitation of this mollusk, is well on its way to being revived. Spearheading the move is the ...
    • RP shrimp farmers to raise antibiotic-free shrimps 

      (Malaya, July 14, 2002, on page 2)
      Armed with the latest technologies in shrimp culture, the country's shrimp growers hope to regain its position in the world's top prawn producers by committing to produce antibiotic-free shrimps grown only in environment-friendly ...
    • SEAFDEC chief reappointed 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, July 21, 2002, on page B-10)
      On the government's endorsement through President Arroyo, the chief of the Tigbauan, Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) has been reappointed for an unprecedented ...