Hatcheries to boost aquaculture in Cagayan towns
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Tuguegarao City: At least two new fish hatcheries have started operation in separate coastal municipalities in Cagayan to boost the aquaculture industry in the region. In Abulug town, the hatchery has already produced 200,000 fingerlings since last year when it started operation. The fingerlings were distributed to fish farmers in different barangays (villages).
Domingo, L. C. (2018, June 08). Hatcheries to boost aquaculture in Cagayan towns. The Manila Times, p. B5.
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