Mudcrab culture in mangroves
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Growing mucrab in net enclosures in a mangrove area is profitable, according to KASAMA, an Alkan fishers' association that collaborated with the Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's aquaculture department (Seafdec/AQD). Aside from providing a viable livelihood alternative for small fisherfolks, the mudcrab pens are so constructed that no harm or damage is done to existing mangrove trees.
Mudcrab culture in mangroves. (1999, October 30-31). Daily Informer, p. B-1.
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