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  • SEA aquaculture experts to discuss in Iloilo code of conduct for responsible fisheries 

    Aldon, Eva (Daily Informer, August 1, 2000, on page 12)
    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 ...
  • SEA aquaculture experts to discuss in Iloilo code of conduct for responsible fisheries 

    Aldon, Eva (Daily Informer, August 2, 2000, on page B1-B4)
    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 ...
  • Usec Drilon appeals: Guard Kapis shells 

    (Daily Informer, July 12, 2000, on page B1-B4)
    Usec Cesear Drilon of the Department of Agriculture appealed to the Ilonggos particularly, Tigbauan, Oton, and Guimbal fisherfolks to protect the Kapis shells (locally known as lampirong) along Panay Gulf. This was addressed ...
  • 'Help us rehabilitate fishing grounds' says Usec Drilon 

    Alcalde, Manny Regalado (Daily Informer, July 8, 2000, on page 1-2)
    This was emphasized yesterday by the Department of Agriculture (DA) Undersecretary Cezar Drilon during the Press Conference held after the anniversary program of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center / Aquaculture ...
  • China invites Seafdec to training workshop 

    SEAFDEC Aquaculture News Service (Daily Informer, August 18, 1999, on page B1)
    The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in China is inviting the Tigbauan-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec) to an International Training Workshop on the Technology in Marine Culture. The ...
  • SEAFDECverification and extension projects get positive feedback 

    DI (Daily Informer, August 18, 1999, on page 2)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is receiving good feedback from the Local Government Units (LGU) for its verification and extension projects. Just recently, Atty. Evelyn Camposano-Jiz, Regional ...
  • Sen Miriam first to taste tilapia from Seafdec proj 

    Seafdec News Center (Daily Informer, October 7, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    Ilongga Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago was among the first to dine and taste tilapia fromm the first harvest of Seafdec-CPEU-BFAR (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center-Central Panay Economic Unification, Inc.-Bureau ...
  • [ Aquaculture technology commercialization ] 

    Buendia, R. (Daily Informer, November 12, 1999, on page B1)
    Seafdec/ADQ chief Dr. Rolando Platon stresses that aquaculture research results should be commercialized to achieve more impact on food security and poverty alleviation programs. This was during the First Field Day of the ...
  • Seafdec's Panay Gulf Dev't Prog stretches kapis breeding project 

    Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Daily Informer, November 18, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's-Aquaculture Department (Seafdec-AQD) is aggressively pursuing a collaborative effort with the Iloilo first district's Panay Gulf Development Program (PGDP) to revive the ...
  • Seafdec boosts pen culture of mucrabs in mangroves 

    Seafdec News Center (Daily Informer, November 12, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    The production of mudcrab has traditionally been undertaken only in bamboo or net-fenced brackishwater ponds. Now, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center-Aquaculture Department (Seafdec/AQD) has been promoting ...
  • SEAFDEC, Panay Gulf prog expand kapis breeding proj 

    Aldon, Eva T. (Daily Informer, November 11, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's aquaculture department (SEAFDEC/AQD) is aggressively pursuing a collaboration effort with the Iloilo first district's Panay Gulf Development Program (PGDP) to revive the ...
  • [ Women ] 

    DI (Daily Informer, November 1, 1999, on page B1)
    Women work longer hours. A case study conducted by researchers of the Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's aquaculture department (Seafdec/AQD) showed that women in a flashing village work longer ...
  • Fishers group in Aklan leads way to mangrove-friendly mudcrab culture 

    SEAFDEC Asian Aquaculture (Daily Informer, October 30, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    Raising mudcrab in tidal flats with existing mangroves is a feasible and economically profitable livelihood alternative for fishers. And this is environment-friendly. This was confirmed in a mucrab technology verification ...
  • UPV gives sheer support to Landbank's tech promotion 

    DI (Daily Informer, October 21, 1999, on page B-4)
    The UPV delegation, headed by its Chancellor Dr. Ida M. Siason and Vice Chancellor for Planning and Development Dr. Arnold Naldoza, attended in full force the First Field Day on Fishery Technologies of the Western Visayas ...
  • Usec Drilon hits aquaculture technology commercialization 

    DI (Daily Informer, October 18, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    Department of Agriculture Undersecretary Cesar M. Drilon Jr. has encouraged intensified efforts in promoting sustainable and environment-friendly aquaculture technology in the countryside. Keynoting the opening ceremonies ...
  • Red label pesticides endanger Iloilo's promising aquaculture 

    (Daily Informer, October 14, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    Iloilo has a bright future in aquaculture but that might go snafu anytime because highly toxic chemicals, including those banned, are still used here. A farmer leader said Iloilo the past five years managed to revive ...
  • Iloilo aims to produce native pantat fry in 8-month time 

    (Daily Informer, October 13, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    At present, all that the provincial government can boast of is a concrete tank rearing over a thousand fry in a knee-deep water. But eight months from now, those tiny wiggling creatures will serve as brood stocks, the ...
  • Seafdec to hold training on seed production of catfish 

    DI (Daily Informer, October 7, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    The native catfish or pantat (Clarias macrocephalus) is staging a comeback. Pantat has virtually disappeared from the waters of Iloilo, mainly due to high pesticide use in rice farms whose contaminated run-off water flowed ...
  • Pototan chosen as native catfish development hub 

    Surtida, Augusto P. (Daily Informer, October 2, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    The African catfish (Clarias gariepinus, C. lazera) made Zarraga famous because of the proliferation of African catfish in that area. Their produce are sold along the highway of the town for about P90 a kilo. Now That a ...
  • Seafdec head inducts new SAEP officials 

    DI (Daily Informer, December 13, 1999, on page B1-B4)
    SEAFDEC AQD Chief Dr. Rolando Platon inducted the new set of officers of SAEP (Society of Aquaculture Engineers of the Philippines) last November 29 during the Society's 13th annual meeting held at the studio visual room ...

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