BFAR sets up breeding center for Phl's most expensive fish
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A P10 million research and breeding center for the country’s most expensive fish ludong will be built in Cagayan Valley, the Bureau of Fishery and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) said. The research facility broke ground at the BFAR’s multi high-value species hatchery in Bgy. Taggat Norte, Claveria. Felicitas Paraggua, senior aquaculturist and head of the project, said the researches would be done on benchmark information on ludong – sexual maturity and environmental parameters needed to breed and maintain the species in captivity.
Martin, V. (2019, March 24). BFAR sets up breeding center for Phl's most expensive fish. The Philippine Star, p. B4.
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