Seafdec meets head on diseases threatening aquaculture industry
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Recognizing that the aquaculture industry in Western Visayas is the continuously threatened by diseases, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - Aquaculture Department (Seafdec-AQD) recently co-organized a two and a half day seminar-workshop in "Disease Control in Fish and Shrimp Aquaculture in Southeast Asia: Diagnosis and Husbandry Techniques." Held in Iloilo City, the workshop was with the cooperation of the Office International des Epizooties (OIE). Seafdec-AQD chief Dr. Rolando Platon noted that Asia is a major aquaculture site, and better regional cooperation can help the aquaculture industry attain its goal of sustainability.
Seafdec meets head on diseases threatening aquaculture industry. (2002, January 25). Panay News, pp. 4, 14.
Animal diseases; Aquaculture; Conferences; Sustainability; Viral diseases; Probiotics; Shrimp culture; Crab culture; Fish culture; Office International des Epizooties (OIE); Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/ Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); University of Arizona; Mahidol University; Hiroshima University; Network Aquaculture Centres in Asia Pacific (NACA); Platon, Rolando; Hill, Barry; Lightner, Donald; Flegel, Timothy; Inui, Yasuo; Nakai, Toshihiro
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