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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.
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • An open letter to the President 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 3, 1996, on page 15)
      House Bill No. 7366 "An Act to Codify all laws of Fisheries all laws on Fisheries and Aquatic Resources" is about to be presented by the Special Fisheries Committee headed by Congressman Jose T. Villarosa to the plenary ...
    • 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, 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. ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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. ...
    • "Pole-vaulting" a sustainable fisheries industry 

      Quiason, Rey L.; Aquino-Quiason, Vangie (Manila Bulletin, October 22, 1997, on page SS-1-SS-2)
      By the 21st century, meeting and sustaining food security will become a major concern as population continues to grow and the natural resources, particularly the farmlands and forest, become less productive as before. ...
    • BFAR Director Dennis Araullo: Balancing fish production with conservation 

      (Manila Bulletin, October 22, 1997, on page SS-2)
      The emphasis of BFAR's programs today, however, is not only on conservation but also on sustained production. "We are thinking of two things," says Director Araullo. "First is to produce enough for the present generation ...
    • Local mudcrab in demand 

      Castro, Eddee RH. (Manila Bulletin, February 5, 1998, on page B-7)
      There's a big market and demand for our local mudcrab, notably the king crab (Scylla oceanica or alimango) but the Philippines currently can not supply this demand. It was gathered that the Philippines produces some 10,000 ...
    • Book on tilapia farming launched at Agri-Kapihan 

      Sarian, Zac B. (Manila Bulletin, February 12, 1998, on page 23)
      By the way, the photo used in last week's agriculture page was the cover photo of SEAFDEC's newsletter, Asian Aquaculture, which came out last year. It shows SEAFDEC's technician, Rene Cañas, at the center's Technology ...
    • SEAFDEC, MSU cited in 'sugpo' hatchery tech 

      (Manila Bulletin, February 15, 1998, on page 18)
      A Philippine government-hosted Southeast Asian center here and a state university in Mindanao have been conferred centennial awards by a sectoral council of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for their pioneering ...
    • Misamis U, Center win top awards 

      Caoile, Carayo (Manila Bulletin, March 25, 1998, on page 27)
      A university here and a Southeast Asian Center have won Centennial awards from a sectoral council of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for their pioneering work in the development of "sugpo" (prawn) industry.
    • Platon is SEAFDEC chief anew 

      (Manila Bulletin, April 4, 1998, on page B-15)
      Dr. Rolando R. Platon was reappointed recently chief of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's (SEAFDEC) Aquaculture Department based here.
    • Aquaculture courses offered in Tigbauan 

      Wakefield, Francis T. (Manila Bulletin, April 16, 1998, on page 24)
      Six regular training courses on aquaculture will be conducted this year for Asians by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AQD) in this province. The first course, which has ...