Tawi-Tawi seaweed farmers continue to struggle
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But while the province of Tawi-Tawi boasts of being a major producer of seaweeds today, the farmers of the commodity, Maria included, have continued to be at the mercy not only of nature but of traders, as well.
Tawi-Tawi seaweed farmers continue to struggle. (2017, July 14). The Manila Times, p. B8.
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