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  • SEAFDEC training vessel launched 

    (Manila Bulletin, December 14, 1992, on page S-12)
    The new training vessel, SEAFDEC, of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), was launched recently at the Miho Shipyard in Shimizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  • RP to import 'bangus' fry from Taiwan 

    DSP (Manila Bulletin, August 16, 1995, on page 1)
    After rice, corn and sugar, the Department of Agriculture is proposing the importation of about 500 million bangus (milkfish) fingerling worth P275 million. Agriculture Secretary Roberto Sebastian said the move is intended ...
  • Fisheries research manpower 

    Orig, Thor S. (Manila Bulletin, August 2, 1994, on page 18)
    The Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through its PhilippineCouncil for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development (PCAMRD), has boosted the fisheries research manpower of the country with a graduate research ...
  • Aquaculture seminar set in Naga 

    (Manila Bulletin, September 28, 1994, on page 19)
    A seminar on productivity enhancement technologies in fishpond and other aquaculture systems in Bicol will be held on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at the Social Hall of the Bicol College of Arts and Trades (BCAT) in Naga City. The ...
  • Iloilo short of bangus fry 

    PNF (Manila Bulletin, July 21, 1995, on page B-23)
    One of every two hectares of fishpond in Iloilo province today is idle. There is a serious shortage of fish fry here. Only half of the 16,000 hectares of the province's fishponds is stocked, said Fernando de Castro, Iloilo's ...
  • Country's fish resources drastically depleting 

    PNF (Manila Bulletin, August 7, 1995, on page S-14)
    Fisherfolk families in most parts of the Philippines are catching only about three to four kilos of fish these days, indicating severe stress in the country's fishery resources. Speaking at a fisheries workshop here last ...
  • SEAFDEC savants sweep fisheries plums 

    (Manila Bulletin, October 21, 1996, on page 47)
    Researchers of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture (SEAFDEC-AQD) based here swept the 1996 fisheries awards given by the Los Baños Science Community (LBSC). Teresa de Castro and Nicolas Guanzon Jr. ...
  • RP, Australia in crab project 

    Galvez, Sanny (Manila Bulletin, November 12, 1996, on page 25)
    The Philippines and Australia are undertaking a project to develop mud crab systems in both countries. Jointly implementing the project are the University of the Philippines in the Visayas (UPV), the Iloilo-based Southeast ...
  • Tobacco can control fish diseases? 

    (Manila Bulletin, October 30, 1996, on page 24)
    Fishery-researchers are now studying the use of tobacco dust in controlling fish diseases. "We are testing tobacco dust because it is organic and biodegradable," chemist at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center ...
  • Japanese lawyer is new deputy chief of Seafdec 

    Orozco, Nestor R. (Manila Bulletin, September 24, 1996, on page 26)
    A Japanese lawyer who also holds a fisheries degree is the new deputy chief of a Philippine government-hosted fisheries center based here. Yasuho Tadokoro, from Chiba City, will serve as second top man of the Southeast ...
  • SEAFDEC savants sweep fisheries plums 

    (Manila Bulletin, November 17, 1996, on page 48)
    Researchers of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture (SEAFDEC-AQD) based here swept the 1996 fisheries awards given by the Los Baños Science Community (LBSC). Teresa de Castro and Nicolas Guanzon Jr. ...
  • New hope for native hito; breading technic developed 

    Sarian, Zac B. (Manila Bulletin, June 25, 1998, on page B-18)
    The vanishing native hito (Clarias macrocephalus) may once again become available if results of experiments at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) are popularized and commercialized. We just got a ...
  • RP representative to SEAFDEC named 

    (Manila Bulletin, October 7, 1998, on page B-20)
    Acting Agriculture Secretary William D. Dar has appointed his undersecretary Cesar Drilon as the Philippine representative to the Council of Directors of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC). Dae also ...
  • 'Lapu-lapu' can be cultured in ponds 

    (Manila Bulletin, December 29, 1998, on page 15)
    Grouper, or lapu-lapu, can be raised in ponds. This expensive fish is a good candidate for aquaculture or fish farming because it has been induced to spawn in captivity, raised in confined conditions and its culture is ...
  • 83 complete aquaculture training 

    (Manila Bulletin, November 2, 1998, on page 20)
    Eighty-three aquaculture technicians from 10 countries have completed five training courses conducted during the year by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) based here. ...
  • Red snapper is a promising marine fish for aquaculture 

    Sarian, Zac B. (Manila Bulletin, December 3, 1998, on page 28)
    One direction that aquaculture should take, is the culture of more marine species not only in cages in marine waters but also in brackish fishponds which used to be devoted to tiger prawn. In Taiwan, the private fish ...
  • Dar at SEAFDEC Anniversary 

    Sarian, Zac B. (Manila Bulletin, July 9, 1998, on page B-14)
    Agriculture Secretary William D. Dar will be the guest speaker today at the 25th anniversary celebration of SEAFDEC AQD in Tigbauan, Iloilo. Three activities will highlight the event. One is the launching of manual titled ...
  • Gov't vows full support to Iloilo aquaculture hub 

    (Manila Bulletin, August 24, 1998, on page C-12)
    The government has reiterated its continued support for the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) based in this seaside town. Agriculture Secretary William D. Dar gave the assurance ...
  • Aqua theme park to rise in Iloilo 

    (Manila Bulletin, August 31, 1998, on page 30)
    The government-hosted Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) here is constructing a museum called "FishWorld". The facility is being built along the national road that cuts across ...
  • SEAFDEC AQD FishWorld Museum 

    (Manila Bulletin, October 15, 1998, on page B8)
    A theme park called "FishWorld" is being constructed with the 40-hectare complex of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) in Tigbauan, Iloilo.

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