BFAR introduces safe, sustainable aquaculture
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To ensure safe produce from aquaculture, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) conducted a series of orientation on Philippine Good Aquaculture Practices (PhilGAqP), which also aimed to enable fish farmers to achieve higher socio-economic benefits. According to Jefferson Soriano, BFAR Region 2-Regional Fisheries Laboratory (RFL) head, PhilGAqP aims to prevent or minimize the risks associated with aquaculture production. PhilGAqP applies to hatcheries, nurseries, fish cages, fish pens and fishponds, and seaweeds and mollusks farms.
Domingo, L. C. (2019, July 18). BFAR introduces safe, sustainable aquaculture. The Manila Times, p. B9.
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