Agrilink 2017 highlights sustainable aquaculture technologies
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The country’s premier trade exhibition Agrilink, Foodlink, Aqualink is slated on October 5 to 7 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City. The event’s theme “Improved Varieties and Postharvest Facilities: Essential to Profitability” will underscore how adopting crop varieties, complemented with yield-enhancing postharvest facilities, can help increase and sustain agricultural productivity. Among the supporters is the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) an inter-governmental organization that seeks to promote the responsible stewardship of fisheries and aquaculture resources.
Agrilink 2017 highlights sustainable aquaculture technologies. (2017, July 2). Manila Bulletin, p. E-2.
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