Leyte-Samar crab growers in dire need of hatchery
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CRAB growers in Leyte and Samar provinces cry out for help from Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) and Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to support the crab industry by providing crab hatchery in the region. The concern of crab growers were raised during the SEAFDEC-BFAR consultation with them in Lavesares, Northern Samar and Guiwan, Eastern Samar. Joy Huervana, SEAFDEC/AQD hatchery expert, hinted that in order to help Samareños at the same time adhering to the law prohibiting wild collection of crablet, a crab hatchery may be put up which BFAR regional training coordinator Norberto Berida totally agreed with.
Leyte-Samar crab growers in dire need of hatchery. (2019, May 31). Daily Guardian, pp. 7, 8.
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