Prospects for aquaculture getting better
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The recent entry of Alsons Aquaculture Corp. (AAC) into the milkfish market in China represents an achievement for aquaculture and may perk up interest in managed fisheries amid reports about declining fish populations in the open seas. Agriculture Secretary Proceso J. Alcala has been batting for the expansion of community-based hatcheries that will be controlled by fishermen themselves and he has already succeeded in establishing such finfish hatcheries in Quezon. An also subsidiary, Finfish Hatcheries Inc. (FHI), has been working with Dr. Joebert Toledo, chief of the Southeast Asian Fish Development Center- Aquaculture Department ( SEAFDEC-AQD), in an improving marine fish culture at the Igang mariculture park, with the study scheduled to be completed in August 2012.
Benaning, M. N. ( 2012, January 25). Prospects for aquaculture getting better. Tempo, p. 8.
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