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1st in-country marine fish hatchery course for RP slated
The 1st in-country marine fish hatchery training course for the Philippines is scheduled on April 7-27, 2008, aimed to disseminate marine fish hatchery technologies that have been developed by different institutes and ...
- February 5, 2008
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- January 27, 2008
SEAFDEC reaches out to rebel returnees
Slowly, they are building for their future, a future free from violence and anxiety. The rebel returnees (RR) in Tapaz just so recently put up additional six floating cages in San Julian dam. These cages will be stocked ...
- September 1, 1999
Crude protein, pond catfish good tandem
Feeding pond-cultured Asian catfish (Clarias macrocephalus), the native, "hito" or "pantat" in Ilonggo with a formulated diet containing 34% crude protein (CP) is profitable. This was revealed in a recently concluded study ...
- December 14, 1999
'Don't cut mangroves, culture fish and crabs with them'
One needs not cut mangroves to give way to aquaculture. Fish and crabs can be cultured with mangroves. This was what Mr. Dan Baliao told the audience when he reported the development of pen and cage culture in the Philippines ...
- December 10, 1999
Seafdec to hold training on seed production of catfish
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 ...
- October 7, 1999
Pototan chosen as native catfish development hub
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 ...
- October 2, 1999
Red label pesticides endanger Iloilo's promising aquaculture
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 ...
- October 14, 1999
Iloilo aims to produce native pantat fry in 8-month time
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 ...
- October 13, 1999
Sen Miriam first to taste tilapia from Seafdec proj
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 ...
- October 7, 1999