Shrimp congress upholds environment-friendly culture
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The national congress for the shrimp industry held here last July 1-3, 2002 presented latest advancements in technology and scientific studies relegated to shrimp farming and disease prevention. The congress attended by shrimp farmers from all over the country attempted to revive the industry that encountered near collapse in the nineties due to environmental problems. Agriculture Secretary Leonardo Montemayor said in his message he is confident the industry will regain its lost glory two decades ago.
Portal, T. (2002, July 4). Shrimp congress upholds environment-friendly culture. Panay News, pp. 5, 11, 12.
Shrimp culture; Conferences; Technology; Lectures; Prophylaxis; Viral diseases; Scientific personnel; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Global Aquaculture Alliance; Aquatic Lifeline, Inc.; Department of Trade and Industry (DTI); Negros Prawn Producers Marketing, Inc.; University of Hawaii; National Fisheries University; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/ Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); Philippine Shrimp Industry Inc. (PHLSHRIMP); Montemayor, Leonardo; Sarmiento, Malcolm Jr.; Lo, Philip; Grisez, Luc; Hogan, Karen; Baliao, Dan; Yap, Wilfredo; Hitane, Toshiaki
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