Recent Submissions

  • Seafdec reports on research gains 

    (Manila Bulletin, March 20, 1986, on page 1)
    Breakthroughs in prawn, milkfish, big head carp and seabass research were cited as the principal achievements of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (Seafdec-AQD) in a report submitted ...
  • Seaweeds 

    (BulletinToday, April 19, 1986, on page 1)
    The culture and processing of seaweeds, also known as Eucheuma, have now becomes a very profitable business. In fact, the seaweed industry is now a dollar earner for the country. In the past, seaweeds were exported in ...
  • Extensive, not intensive fishfarming 

    Antonio, Tony (BulletinToday, February 12, 1986, on page 1)
    How intensive is intensive? Fishpond operators may claim that they are engaged in intensive prawn culture if they have stocked their ponds with 10,000 to 50,000 fry per hectare. And based on Philippine industry standards, ...
  • Incentives 

    (BulletinToday, February 12, 1986, on page 1)
    Agricultural and fisheries activities are two particular fields which the government supports with incentives. The rationale behind this is their greater susceptibility to investment risks than other business ventures, ...
  • Seafdec training program set 

    (BulletinToday, February 10, 1986, on page 1)
    The aquaculture department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec-AQD) launched recently its training program for 1986. Intended for those who are engaged in fish farming, who wish to be updated on ...
  • Aquaculture seminar set 

    (Business Day, March 10, 1986, on page 1)
    Potential investment areas in aquaculture will be identified during a two-day seminar on "Business Prospects in Aquaculture."
  • Hatchery complex assures fry supply 

    (Malaya, November 13, 1985, on page 1)
    A multi-purpose aqua laboratory which complements the fish hatchery complex of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC-AQD) in Igang, Guimaras island, was inaugurated recently by MP Narciso D. Monfort, ...
  • Success in carp aquaculture cited 

    Zamora, Jorge (Manila Bulletin, October 5, 1987, on page 8)
    Atop a hill at Tapao point in Binangonan, a suburban town overlooking Laguna Lake - the largest in the country - researchers are quietly revolutionizing fish production to meet Asia's need for cheap protein. The 45-hectare ...
  • SEAFDEC-TLRC seminar on marine finfish hatchery 

    (Manila Bulletin, October 3, 1987, on page 1)
    Hatching marine finfish eggs in controlled conditions allows them a greater chance to survive and grow into the fingerling stage. Studies and laboratory experiments conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
  • Higher budget urged for aggie research 

    Quimpo, Margie (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 18, 1987, on page 1)
    The government has to invest more on research activities to push economic development in the country. This was stated by Dr. Flor Lacanilao, chief of the SEAFDEC (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center) Aquaculture ...
  • SEAFDEC-TLRC seminar on prawn hatchery operation and management 

    (Manila Bulletin, August 15, 1987, on page 1)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is co-sponsoring with the Technology and Livelihood Resource Center a seminar on Prawn Hatchery Operation and Management from Aug. 17 to 22, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. A ...
  • Lack of funds hinders agricultural research 

    Basa, Ave (The Manila Times, September 17, 1987, on page 1)
    The country's agricultural research and extension program is being hampered by lack of funds, according to Agriculture Secretary Carlos Dominguez Jr. In a speech before participants to the seminar on aquaculture development ...
  • Seafdec to host ADSEA '87 

    (The Manila Times, August 20, 1987, on page 7)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec) celebrates its twentieth anniversary next month with a seminar-workshop for senior aquaculturists on Sept. 8-12 at the Amigo Terrace Hotel in Iloilo City.
  • ADSEA '87 

    (The Manila Times, September 10, 1987, on page 1)
    "Aquaculture Developments in Southeast Asia '87" opened Sept. 8 at the Amigo Terrace Hotel in Iloilo City.
  • Marine finfish hatchery Oct. 5 to 10 (9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) a SEAFDEC-TLRC joint project 

    (Manila Bulletin, September 18, 1987, on page 1)
    Site selection; hatchery design; construction, biology and broodstock development of milkfish, siganid and sea bass; hatchery system; larval rearing; larval feeding, including culture of natural food; clinic; evaluation ...
  • SEAFDEC-TLRC seminar on marine finfish hatchery 

    (Manila Bulletin, September 26, 1987, on page 1)
    Hatching marine finfish eggs in controlled conditions allows them a greater chance to survive and grow into the fingerling stage. Studies and laboratory experiments conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
  • SEAFDEC-TLRC seminar on prawn hatchery operations and management 

    (Manila Bulletin, November 20, 1987, on page 1)
    Exports of shrimps and prawns increased from 1,700 tons in 1975 to 4,200 tons in 1979 showing an equivalent increase in revenue from P50M to P264M. Seventy percent of all prawns exported from the Philippines in 1982 were ...
  • SEAFDEC opens 20th meet today 

    (BusinessWorld, November 17, 1987, on page 1)
    The 20th meeting of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) council will be held for the first time in Manila.
  • SEAFDEC-TLRC seminar on marine finfish hatchery 

    (Manila Bulletin, December 6, 1987, on page 1)
    Hatching marine finfish eggs in controlled conditions allows them a greater chance to survive and grow into the fingerlings stage. Studies and laboratory experiments conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
  • Tilapia hatchery: Last part nursery management 

    (BulletinToday, November 6, 1985, on page 1)
    Newly harvested fry are initially reared in hapa net to protect them from predation. The nursery pond is thoroughly cleaned and protected from the entry of predators. As soon as the fry in the hapa reach 2.5-cm. long, they ...

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