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    • Aquaculture meet opens today 

      (BulletinToday, February 10, 1985, on page 1)
      Engineers engaged in aquaculture operations in the country will gather at the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department main station in Tigbauan, Iloilo Oct. 2-5 for a consultative meeting on the engineering requirements of a fast ...
    • Bighead carp introduced in Bicol 

      (BulletinToday, September 14, 1985, on page 24)
      The fast-growing bighead carp from China was introduced for the first time yesterday in Bicol during a unique lake-seeding activity in honor of the President's 68th birthday. Sponsored by ranking Bicolano career officials ...
    • Canadian expert cites Seafdec 

      (BulletinToday, December 9, 1985, on page 13)
      A top official of the International Development Research Center (IDRC), a Canadian-based development organization, has lauded the progress of the research projects being undertaken by the Philippine-based aquaculture ...
    • Carp-raising breakthrough bared 

      Flores, F. T. (BulletinToday, January 14, 1985, on page 14)
      Researchers at the station of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec) at Tapao Point here have chalked up another breakthrough in fishfarming - the successful spawning of the fast-growing bighead Chinese ...
    • Center presents plan for sufficiency in fish 

      Antonio, Tony (BulletinToday, July 29, 1985, on page 1)
      The aquaculture department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec-AQD) has presented a four-year plan which aims to achieve for the country self-sufficiency in fish by 1987. The plan also aims to ...
    • Creation of aquaculture centers sought 

      (BulletinToday, July 26, 1985, on page 10)
      Members of Parliament Narciso D. Monfort (KBL, Iloilo) has filed with the Batasang Pambansa a resolution urging the establishment of regional fish farming assistance units in the country. Resolution No. 586 urged the ...
    • Extensive, not intensive fishfarming 

      Antonio, Tony (BulletinToday, February 12, 1986, on page 1)
      How intensive is intensive? Fishpond operators may claim that they are engaged in intensive prawn culture if they have stocked their ponds with 10,000 to 50,000 fry per hectare. And based on Philippine industry standards, ...
    • Feeds and feeding 

      (BulletinToday, November 27, 1985, on page 1)
      Prawn larvae begin to eat the moment they become protozoea which feed on some of the most commonly cultured phytoplankton. These are Skeletonema, Chaetoceros, and Tetraselmis.
    • Fishery program proposed 

      Espina, Gerry (BulletinToday, August 26, 1985, on page 1)
      Today the developing country that has insufficient fishery resources, or having such resources, but fails to develop them, is at a great disadvantage. For if it cannot make good at producing enough animal protein, or at ...
    • Fishfarm industry discussed 

      (BulletinToday, February 11, 1985, on page 16)
      Member of Parliament Narciso Monfort of Iloilo has offered the facilities of his office to ensure a full discussion of the concerns and problems of the fish-farming industry when Philippine Federation of Aquaculturists ...
    • Fishfarmers cite need for further research 

      Antonio, Tony (BulletinToday, February 5, 1986, on page 1)
      Fishfarmers urged yesterday the aquaculture department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development (Seafdec-AQD) to take into consideration specific fishfarming problems in the planning of its research program. Ramon ...
    • Fishfarming ensures daily catch 

      Valencia, Linda B. (BulletinToday, June 3, 1985, on page 34)
      Just 15 minutes drive from Makati is a fishing village lying along the shoreline of Laguna Lake. Here, almost everyone fishes to live and lives to fish. Lower Bicutan in Taguig, a community of some 800 families, holds a ...
    • Fishpens block fishing grounds 

      Yamzon, Wilma (BulletinToday, February 16, 1984, on page 7)
      Which agency is responsible for checking the proliferation of fishpens along coastlines of Parañaque, Cavite, Bacoor, Las Piñas, Navotas, and Bulacan? This question surfaced as small fishermen complained of their dwindling ...
    • Great promise in fishfarming (Part I) 

      (BulletinToday, September 6, 1984, on page 1-8)
      Common fishfarm products which used to be taken for granted apparently hold the answer to the government's need for increasing agricultural productivity, generating more livelihood opportunities and earning valuable foreign ...
    • Iloilo underwaters fascinate visitors 

      Lagniton, F. M. (BulletinToday, February 11, 1985, on page 26)
      Colorful marine life and fascinating coral reef formations of San Joaquin town in Iloilo province, particularly the areas surrounding the so-called Tim's rock may yet attack many Japanese divers. This was disclosed by Dr. ...
    • Incentives 

      (BulletinToday, February 12, 1986, on page 1)
      Agricultural and fisheries activities are two particular fields which the government supports with incentives. The rationale behind this is their greater susceptibility to investment risks than other business ventures, ...
    • It's painful but it hastens prawn fertilization 

      Antonio, Tony (BulletinToday, July 8, 1985, on page 14)
      At the research station here of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec), researchers may be considered 'sadists': They are inflicting painful injuries to female prawns by pinching or crushing their ...
    • Lecture on shells 

      (BulletinToday, February 11, 1985, on page 16)
      A lecture on "Shells for a Scinece Corner," was conducted last Feb. 8 by the National Museum.
    • Milkfish research gets Canadian fund support 

      (BulletinToday, June 3, 1982, on page 9)
      The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada has approved a $423,600 grant for the SEAFDEC aquaculture department to implement Phase III of the milkfish research project, starting April 1. Phase III, which ...
    • Mitra twits Laurel on 'faux pas' 

      (BulletinToday, November 19, 1986, on page 1)
      Agriculture Minister Ramon V. Mitra Jr. yesterday twitter Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister Salvador H. Laurel for the "diplomatic faux pass" of appointing to the directorship of the Southeast Asian Fisheries ...