Fisheries damage hits P82-M in Negros Or.
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Almost all fishponds have dried up in Tanjay City, Negros Oriental due to the prolonged effects of the ongoing El Niño. Jason Vergara, caretaker of two-hectare fishpond in Barangay Bio-os, expressed concern after his weekly harvest of fish dropped to 3 kilos from its usual 300 kilos. Vergara also noticed that his fish have become smaller. He said its price also fell from P90 per kilo to P80 per kilo.
Fisheries damage hits P82-M in Negros Or. (2016, May 6). The Daily Guardian, p. 6.
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