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    • Dagupan-Bonuan 'bangus' goes global. 

      Vistro, Arsenio J. (Manila Bulletin, February 5, 2004, on page B-3)
      This vision must have been in the mind of Mayor Benjamin S. Lim even before he was elected into office. A preliminary step was needed though - place the famous Dagupan-Bonuan Bangus in the world map! Thus the attempt of ...
    • Shrimp technology advancement for sustainable aquaculture 

      (Manila Bulletin, March 30, 2004, on page 1)
      The Shrimp Congress 2004, bearing the theme: "Shrimp Technology Advancement for Sustainable Aquaculture", commences today and concludes on April 1 at the Cebu Grand Convention Center, Cebu City. The congress will have ...
    • Send milk to endangered baby 'dugong' in Iloilo: Expert say young sea cow needs Enfagrow to survive 

      Lena, Perla G. (Manila Bulletin, May 22, 2004, on page I-3)
      Far beyond its weaning stage, the survival of a female baby dugong (sea cow) that was fished out from the seashore of Igang, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras is now at the public's mercy. Information gathered at the Office of the ...
    • Baby dugong appeals for help 

      Lena, Pearl G. (Manila Bulletin, May 25, 2004, on page B-13)
      Far beyond its weaning stage, the survival of a female baby dugong that was fished out from the seashore of Igang, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras is now at the public's mercy. Information gathered at the Office of the Protected ...
    • ASEAN nations approve responsible fisheries code 

      (Manila Bulletin, April 25, 2005, on page 9)
      Eleven ASEAN nations belonging to the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) have agreed to promote the implementation of the Code of Conduct for the Responsible Fisheries in fishing operations, aquaculture, ...
    • Our endangered coastal environment 

      Tarriela, Flor G. (Manila Bulletin, June 14, 2005, on page B-2)
      A beautiful island in the Pacific. The pearl of the Orient Seas. The Philippines where the sun shines and you can see a scenic sunset practically every day. A beautiful coastline stretching over 18,000 kilometers, with ...
    • Probe on banned 'suahe' shrimp sought 

      Rosario, Ben R. (Manila Bulletin, June 20, 2005, on page 12)
      Party-list lawmakers have asked the House of Representatives to conduct a probe into the proliferation in the local market of banned Pacific or western white shrimps, popularly known as "suahe." Warning that the unabated ...
    • Scientist pushes high-value fish for mariculture 

      Gadaingan, Jack C. (Manila Bulletin, July 29, 2005, on page G-3)
      Tacloban City - "Research should not end in the writing of technical report, but in the actual implementation of the technology," said Dr. Fred Yap, chief of Research Division of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
    • DA pushes Tawi-Tawi, S'gani fishery projects 

      Lacson, Nonoy E. (Manila Bulletin, September 12, 2005, on page G-1)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) has alloted P15 million for two major fishery projects here and in Sarangani province. Both projects are aimed at boosting the country's food security program of the country, Tawi-Tawi ...
    • Gov't sees tripling of shrimp production 

      Ison, Lilybeth G. (Manila Bulletin, October 16, 2005, on page B-1-B-2)
      The government estimates that shrimp production in the Philippines will triple by next year once the study on Peneus vannamei (P. vannamei), also known as Pacific White shrimp, becomes successful. The Department of Agriculture ...
    • Private investors eye fish hatchery in Tawi - Tawi 

      (Manila Bulletin, March 25, 2006, on page F-3)
      Representatives of private companies have been visiting Luuk Pandan and Panglima Sugala, Tawi-Tawi, lately because a ₱5-million mariculture park will be built there soon. USAID’s Growth with Equity in Mindanao (GEM) program ...
    • SEAFDEC to raise specialty marine products 

      Aguiba, Melody (Manila Bulletin, July 3, 2006, on page B-6)
      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) has embarked on a ₱5.4-million aquaculture program that aims to boost the country’s stock for specialty products such as abalone, grouper (Lapu Lapu) giant clam, and ...
    • Scientists, academics attend biotech confab 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin, July 8, 2006, on page G-3)
      Scientists and representatives from the academe and related government agencies and industries gathered here Tuesday for a two –day National Symposium on Fisheries and Aquatic Biotechnology held at Southeast Asian Fisheries ...
    • SEAFDEC developing high-yield seaweed 

      Aguiba, Melody (Manila Bulletin, July 18, 2006, on page B-1-B-3)
      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is developing high-yielding and “ice-ice” disease-resistant seaweed strains in an aim to meet expanding industrial use and raise some $100 million in seaweed-carrageenan ...
    • Gov't outfits provide small firms with commerciable technologies 

      (Manila Bulletin, August 26, 2006, on page D-3)
      Small agribusiness firms need not be daunted by the high technology required for their expansion and growth toward global competitiveness. Competent technology assistance is being provided by the Bureau of Agricultural ...
    • Mussel farming eyed in coastal barangays 

      Colmo, Edith (Manila Bulletin, October 8, 2006, on page 19)
      The local government here plan to develop about 17 kilometers of its coast from Banago to Punta Taytay into mussel farm. ‘Big opportunities await residents of coastal barangays of Bacolod City who would go into mussel ...
    • First mud crab hatchery to be put up in Iloilo to meet big demand 

      Aguiba, Melody M. (Manila Bulletin, October 8, 2006, on page B-3)
      The Philippines is putting up its mud crab hatchery in Iloilo in an aim to meet local and export demand for the delicacy which can be marketed to Japan, Europe, and US. Using a seed fund of ₱1 million, the University of ...
    • Capiz, BFAR to launch studies on aquaculture 

      Philippine Information Agency (PIA) (Manila Bulletin, November 22, 2006, on page 14)
      The Capiz Government, the Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC-AQD), and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) will conduct three research projects to boost the ...
    • SEAFDEC helps RP expand crab program 

      Aguiba, Melody (Manila Bulletin, December 17, 2006, on page B-1-B-4)
      The Philippines is continuously expanding its capacity to serve the growing mud crab market as the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) has enabled crablets distribution in Luzon, Panay, and Mindanao ...
    • Extraction of Solar 1 oil set: Foreign group hired for job; 2 M liters of bunker fuel still in tanker 

      (Manila Bulletin, February 10, 2007, on page 14)
      After almost six months of waiting, Petron will soon start the extraction of remaining bunker fuel inside three cylinders of the vessel, Solar 1, which wrecked havoc on the environment when it split oil after it had sunk ...