Farm-based research on abalone-growing launched
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The Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC - AQD) has forged ties with the private sector to study the economics of abalone rearing in an actual farm situation. The two private parties involved are the Mabakas in Manlot Island in Carles, Iloilo and the Cruz Aquafarm in Tando, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras. a ceremonial turnover of the abalone seedstock to the private sector participants will be held today, July 15, at the abalone hatchery facility of SEAFDEC-AQD here to be witnessed by House Speaker Jose de Venecia.
Farm-based research on abalone-growing launched. (2005, July 15). Panay News, p. 10.
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