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Tilapia culture gives 49% ROI
Data from harvest of tilapia cultured in freshwater ponds, pens and net cages showed a return on investment (ROI) of 49% with a payback period of two years. The system was done in a natural or man-made water impoundment. ...
- November 21, 2000
Grouper rakes $500M in HK
A fast growing demand of the fish grouper (Epinephelus), locally known as inid or lapulapu, is presently being observe in the international market. This prompted the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - Aquaculture ...
- August 19, 2003
Philippines catching up in fish hatchery business
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 ...
- April 29, 2002
Guimaras hosts RP's 1st mariculture park
The country's first mariculture park is in Guimaras. The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (Seafdec/AQD) is readying its launching at Igang Bay, Nueva Valencia town. Seafdec's mariculture ...
- July 7, 2001
SEAFDEC tries saving native Pantat
The freshwater catfish or pantat (Clarias Macrocephalus) is native to the Philippines and a favorite food fish due to it's tender and delicious meat. But the species is fast dwindling in many natural habitats which resulted ...
- March 20, 2001
20 years research spawns milkfish broodstock
Aquaculture technologies have been developed at Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center-Aquaculture Department Library (SEAFDEC/AQD) to support sustainable milkfish farming and production. These were the result of the ...
- May 30, 2001