Advance mussel farming starts in Palawan under DOST
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Mussel researchers and extensionists in Palawan were trained on the new methods of mussel culture for better livelihood opportunities recently. The participants were provided with hands-on training on constructing alternative mussel culture technology. As a training output, the participants were asked to construct a longline and spat collector, which were later on deployed in the coastal waters of Brgy. New Guinlo, Taytay, Palawan. These were turned over to three fishermen associations - Malampaya Live Fish Culturers Association, Malampaya Fisherfolk Association, and Golden Corals Association.
Advance mussel farming starts in Palawan under DOST. (2017, August 5). Panay News, p. B5.
Aquaculture development; Mussel culture; Scientific personnel; Aquaculture techniques; Livelihoods; Training; Extension activities; Longlining; Spat; Seed collection; Fishery organizations; Technology transfer; Transplantation; Coastal waters; Mytilus; Department of Science and Technology. Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development. Inland Aquatic Resources Research Division (IARRD); Western Philippines University (WPU); Malampaya Live Fish Culturers Association; Malampaya Fisherfolk Association; Golden Corals Association; Yap, Wilfredo T.; Fernandez, Dalisay D. G.; Baylon, Carlos C.; Diocton, Renato C.; Batalon, Juanito T.; Cardenas, Danilo C.
- Panay News