Pangasinan braces for rise in 'bangus' demand with Laguna de Bay cleanup
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Anda, Pangasinan—As authorities dismantled hundreds of fish pens in Laguna de Bay last month, “bangus” (milkfish) growers in Pangasinan province released fingerlings into empty cages at Kakiputan Channel here to prepare for the expected high demand for the fish. Laguna de Bay, which straddles the provinces of Rizal and Laguna and part of Metro Manila, produced 21,368.97 metric tons of bangus in 2015, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority’s (PSA) Fisheries Statistics of the Philippines.
Cardinoza., G. (2017, May 26). Pangasinan braces for rise in 'bangus' demand with Laguna de Bay cleanup. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A18.
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Milkfish culture; Cage culture; Fishery statistics; Fish kill; Water quality; Dissolved oxygen; Fry; Trade; Marine aquaculture; FN Garcia Aquafarm; National Integrated Fisheries Technology Development Center; Marine Science Institute - University of the Philippines; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA); Garcia, Nominiza; Rosario, Westly; Rarang, Isagani; Piñol, Emmanuel; Gongona, Eduardo
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