Aquaculture expert says low fish supply imperils food security
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Wilfredo G. Yap, an aquaculture (fishfarming) expert, has warned that continuing supply shortfall from capture fisheries would endanger food security and batted for a thorough modernization of production techniques. Yap spoke at the Regional Technical Consultation on Aquaculture held recently at the Days Hotel here and hosted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD). The conference brought together to the conference the aquaculture experts from member countries of SEAFDEC and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Aquaculture expert says low fish supply imperils food security. (2016, January 16). Manila Bulletin, p. D-3.
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