Caluya amping up seaweeds prod'n
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Seaweed farming proves to be a gainful venture for Caluya, Antique, and the municipality eyes boosting its production. Majority of the townsfolk are engaged in seaweed farming. Caluya is the fifth largest seaweed producer in the country.
Golez, P. (2015, May 19). Caluya amping up seaweeds prod'n. Panay News, pp. 2, 15.
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