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    • Agri-wastes eyed as cheap, eco-friendly source of fish feed 

      Pagador, Juliana Rose (DailyGuardian, September 30, 2020, on page 6-7)
      Affordable and sustainable feed ingredients for fish farmers are in the works as researchers continue to develop fish diet formulations using discarded agricultural wastes and byproducts. Dr. Frolan Aya, a scientist at the ...
    • Agri-wastes eyed as cheap, eco-friendly source of fish feed 

      Pagador, Juliana Rose (Panay News, September 30, 2020, on page 13)
      Affordable and sustainable feed ingredients for fish farmers are in the works as researchers continue to develop fish diet formulations using discarded agricultural wastes and byproducts. Dr. Frolan Aya, a scientist at the ...
    • BFAR develops tilapia fishpond industry 

      Caoile, Carayo (Manila Bulletin, May 10, 1999, on page 36)
      Early this year, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), started developing the tilapia which could withstand up to 30 ppt salinity to take the pace of bangus, the most domesticated fish known to Filipinos. ...
    • Copra meal is a vital feed source 

      Yap, Julio Jr. (Panay News, June 21, 2017, on page 10)
      Copra meal is a vital feed source in the Philippines. It is primarily used in the manufacture of feed for animals. Under the project, several feeding trials were conducted on shrimp (Penaeus vannamei) in low and high density ...
    • Highland fishing 

      Lapniten, Karlston (Philippine Daily Inquirer, October 4, 2020, on page A10)
      Age-old fishing practices of villagers continue to preserve and sustain life in the rivers of this farming town in Mountain Province. Tributaries of the Siffu River that zigzag through the town serve as crucial lifeblood ...
    • The 'molmol tilapia'- a food fish 

      Guerrero, Rafael III (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 28, 2016, on page B5)
      The so-called "molmol tilapia," reported to be a fishpond "pest" in Pangasinan and the coastal provinces of Manila Bay, is actually the "blackchin tilapia" (BCT) from West Africa where it is regarded as a food fish. ...
    • Tilapia species protective of eggs 

      Visperas, Eva (The Philippine Star, June 13, 2015, on page 12)
      One species of tilapia might be unwanted in some parts of the country and considered as a pest in fishponds for being invasive, but its kind is admirable for being “fatherly” and protective of their eggs, a fishery expert ...
    • Time running out for Taal Lake's 'tawilis'? 

      Cinco, Maricar (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 10, 2019, on page A10)
      “Tawilis,” the world’s only freshwater sardine, is a delicacy once considered the “poor man’s fish” and a household staple in the communities around Taal Lake. In the old days, the lake would “turn white” at night as schools ...