Alava: from cycling to fish farming
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Leaving cycling for a moment to focus on fish farming has its ups and downs for former cycling champ Lupo Alava of Barangay Poblacion. Venturing into fishpond farming, he said, was not a walk in the park either. He experienced fish kill due to overstocking, forcing him to attend seminars and training held by local fishery experts. His first harvest convinced him to concentrate on the business. Slowly, he developed his main fish farm from another lot he inherited from his grandparents in 2003 in Barangay Villa Coloma in Bagabag town.
Ebreo, B. M. (2017, August 13). Alava: from cycling to fish farming. Manila Standard, p. D2.
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