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    • SEAFDEC way of reaching out to the masses 

      PN (Panay News, August 31, 2000, on page 15-19)
      Under the leadership of Dr. Rolando R. Platon, more towns in Western Visayas and other parts of the country are recipients of technologies centered on propagation of inland fish production. Tilapia culture in small freshwater ...
    • The story of Ivy, Lito: ‘Straight’ males do exist, may help save threatened lapu-lapu 

      Dianala, Rex D. (Panay News, December 7, 2019, on page B8)
      Will Ivy someday become Ivan? Researchers have been monitoring Ivy since 2015 to gain a better understanding of how her gender as a giant grouper or lapu-lapu might change over the years. There is no record of Ivy’s exact ...
    • School, Seafdec out to save endangered pantat 

      PN (Panay News, September 5, 2019, on page 2-9)
      The Aklan Stae College of Agriculture (ASCA) has joined the movement of government entities in Western Visayas in taking a second look at the endangered native catfish or pantat, admitting that it is, after all, tastier ...
    • Aquaculture to boost food security agenda 

      (Panay News, August 12, 2000, on page 9-13)
      Aquaculture is expected to boost the food security agenda not only for the Erap administration but the entire world. This was disclosed by Mr. Wilfredo G. Yap during the recently held Regional Technical Consultation on ...
    • Asian countries regionalize fishing code 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, August 3, 2000, on page 9)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is now initiating the Regionalization of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (RCCRF). To better adapt to the local fishery problems, the RCCRF specifies ...
    • Aquaculture regional technical gab held 

      Joven, May (Panay News, August 5, 2000, on page 4-8)
      Participants from 11 Southeast Asian countries gathered for a consultative meeting here in Iloilo the other day as part of their preparation for the forthcoming ASEAN-SEAFDEC Millenium Conference on November this year in ...
    • SEA aquaculture experts to discuss in Iloilo code of conduct for responsible fisheries 

      Aldon, Eva (Panay News, August 2, 2000, on page 9)
      Aquaculture experts from the Southeast Asian countries will gather to discuss to region code of conduct on responsible fisheries-aquaculture development (RCCRF-AD) on July 31 to August 2 this year at the Days Hotel in ...
    • Rice farmer tries fish raising to fight hunger 

      PN (Panay News, August 11, 2000, on page 2-4)
      A rice farmer in Brgy. Napnapan, Tigbaun, Iloilo hoping to improve his income - tries integrating aquaculture with rice farming. Bonifacio Terrania said after farming rice for more than 50 years, his life never improved. ...
    • Two international seahorse experts visit SEAFDEC AQD 

      Surtida, Augusto P. (Panay News, July 31, 2000, on page 9)
      Two international seahorse experts visited the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) headquarters recently and gave seminar titled "Coordinating seahorse conservation efforts in ...
    • Seahorses: awesome sea creatures to conserve 

      PN (Panay News, July 22, 2000, on page 10)
      Dried seahorses are reported to be priced expensively. In Hong Kong, it is sold at $1.200 for a kilo. However, it is not only the dried seahorses that are sold. The live ones are also exported to the USA, Europe, Japan, ...
    • SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department: "Reviving Kapis Fishery" 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, July 8, 2000, on page 17)
      The Kapis shell (Placuna placenta), better known as lampirong to the Ilonggos is a bivalve mollusk with translucent shells and a very small body. Wild stocks of this shell used to abound in the coastal waters of Oton and ...
    • Fishworld 

      Agustin, Felix (Panay News, July 8, 2000, on page 1)
      A father tries to lift his father daughter for her to see the tiger shark on display at Seafdec in Tigbauan, Iloilo. The premier fishery research center celebrated its 27th anniversary yesterday, highlighted with the opening ...
    • SEAFDEC boosts aquaculture technology 

      Lucencio, JD (Panay News, July 10, 2000, on page 9)
      To help marginal fisherfolks uplift their economic status, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) focuses its current thrusts on aquaculture technology. Moreover, a technology and verification extension ...
    • BFAR-6 lauds thrust to revive sugpo farming 

      Genilza, J.; Dianala, Rex D. (Panay News, November 30, 2019, on page 9)
      Support is mounting for the revival of tiger shrimp farming in the Philippines as another 4.4 tons of the prized seafood were recently harvested in Dumangas, Iloilo. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) ...
    • Eco-friendly tiger shrimp farming pushed 

      Dianala, Rex D. (Panay News, November 23, 2019, on page 9)
      With its premium taste and superior economic value, tiger shrimp is being pushed as an alternative species to farm alongside the popular whiteleg shrimp or vannamei. Locally known as lukon or sugpo, tiger shrimp’s potentials ...
    • PH shrimp industry banks on gov’t support to sustain growth 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Panay News, November 22, 2019, on page B1-B6)
      Filipino shrimp producers are banking on government support to sustain the industry’s growth in recent years. Industry players have gathered for the three-day 12th Philippine National Shrimp Congress at the SMX Convention ...
    • Popularity of mangrove crabs spurs trainings on crab farming 

      Ledesma, Rossea Hosillos (Panay News, November 20, 2019, on page B1-B6)
      Due to the growing popularity of mangrove crabs, locally known as alimango, aqua farmers and entrepreneurs have recently been busy attending trainings on how to grow the prized seafood. In a span of three months, five ...
    • DA chief urges rural banks to lend more to farmers, fishers 

      Department of Agriculture (DA) (Panay News, June 17, 2013, on page B10)
      Agriculture Secretary Proceso J. Alcala urged the country's rural banks to implement innovative financing programs to serve more small farmers, fishers and rural entrepreneurs. "Kailangan nating seguraduhun na walang maiiwan ...
    • Miag-ao farmers, fisherfolk cited for ensuring food security 

      Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Iloilo (Panay News, June 17, 2013, on page 4)
      Farmers and fisherfolk in the municipality of Miag-ao were given due recognition during the 1st Farmers and Fisherfolk Week to raise public awareness on their role in the local economy. Nineteen active farmers and fisherfolk ...
    • 16 boats seized for illegal fishing 

      Sologastoa, Glenda (Panay News, June 7, 2013, on page 1-14)
      Operatives of the provincial Task Force Bantay Dagat have recently apprehended 16 fishing vessels engaged in illegal fishing in the 5th District. Five vessels were seized off the coast of Concepcion town on May 30, Task ...