Popularity of mangrove crabs spurs various trainings on crab farming
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Due to the growing popularity of mangrove crabs, locally known as alimango, aqua farmers and entrepreneurs have recently been busy attending trainings on how to grow the prized seafood. In a span of three months, five training courses on mangrove crab were completed at the Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC/AQD) with 71 trainees attending the different courses. “We believe that mud crab is a widely sought commodity in the world today and even hailed as the food for the gods,” SEAFDEC/AQD chief Dan Baliao.
Ledesma, R. H. (2019, November 18). Popularity of mangrove crabs spurs various trainings on crab farming. Daily Guardian, pp. 7, 13.
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