Shrimp school in Dagupan ushers in new promise for PH aquaculture
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"Failures are ingredients to success." This quote holds true for the Shrimp School of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources- National Integrated Fisheries Technology and Development Center(BFAR-NIFTDC) in Dagupan City, which has bounced back from a big flop earlier this year. The two ponds or shrimp compartments, measuring 1200 square meters each, were hit by the White Spot Syndrome, a shrimp disease that devastated the school's first attempt to cultivate the Penaeus vannamei (P. vannamei) species (white shrimp), says Rosario.
Riñoza, J. (2015, August 24). Shrimp school in Dagupan ushers in new promise for PH aquaculture. Manila Bulletin, p. 15.
Aquaculture; Shrimp culture; Fish diseases; Biosecurity; Pathogens; Diseases; Disease control; Dissolved oxygen; Plankton; Water quality; Protocols; Fishery economics; Marketing; Mortality; Penaeus vannamei; Shrimp School of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources- National Integrated Fisheries Technology and Development Center (BFAR-NIFTDC); Thailand's Shrimp Academy; Biosolutions International Corporation's Corporate Social Responsibility; Rosario, Westly
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