PTT plants and mangrove propagules in Cavite
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Representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy, students and personnel from various schools, military personnel, government workers and employees of PTT Philippines have joined hands to plant about 50,000 mangrove propagules in Noveleta, Cavite. A propagule is any plant part or cutting used to propagate a new plant. The mangrove planting is part of PTT Philippines’ corporate social responsibility project, dubbed, “BakaJuan: Back to the Mangroves.”
Horario, R. A. (2015, March 30). PTT plants and mangrove propagules in Cavite. The Manila Times, p. A6.
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