18 ASIAN technologists complete training
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Eighteen Asian trainees completed their 4-week training course on freshwater aquaculture at the Binangonan Freshwater station of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD), September 15. The course provided the participants with technical knowledge and skills on the artificial propagation and culture of selected freshwater species such as bighead carp, tilapia and catfish.
18 ASIAN technologists complete training. (1999, October 8). Panay News, p. 2.
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