300,000 tilapia fingerlings released in Pangasinan
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Governor Amado I. Espino, III on February 10 led the seeding of about 300,000 tilapia fingerlings at the mouth of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) re-regulating pond in San Roque, San Manuel town. It was reported that from 2007-2016, the provincial government was able to produce about 11 million tilapia fingerlings and dispersed 19 million fingerlings in 751 communal rivers in Pangasinan. The 9 million fingerings were sourced from BFAR-Munoz.
Iñigo, L. B. (2017, February 12). 300,000 tilapia fingerlings released in Pangasinan. Manila Bulletin, p. D14.
Fingerlings; Freshwater aquaculture; Tilapia culture; Fishery economics; Governments; Fishers; National Irrigation Administration (NIA); San Roque Power Corporation; Pangasinan Federation of Irrigator’s Association (PFIA); Agno River Irrigation System (ARIS); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Espino, Amado I.; Nidoy, Frida; Valdez, Tom; Manalo, Oftociano; Moya, Dalisay
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