Reviving aquaculture (first of two parts)
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At any rate, my trips to the wet market are enriching. The rise in prices can be shocking and full of surprises. Not long agro, the bangrus was the king of aquaculture. It cost more than the tilapia or pantat that were often ignored though cheap. Today, tilapia and pantat command equal and even better prices than bangrus. Even the kalampay now sells at P60 per kilo, again comparable to the bangrus if the latter comparable to the bangrus if the latter weighed four t five pieces to a kilo.
Treñas, J. (2001, February 27). Reviving aquaculture (first of two parts). Panay News, p. 5.
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