DA-BFAR's statement: No outbreak of Diseases in Tilapia and shrimps
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The Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic clarifies that there is no outbreak of diseases in tilapia or shrimp and that the recent cases of fish mortality in the Taal Lake and Laguna de Bay area were caused by low dissolved oxygen (DO) due to abrupt weather changes.
DA-BFAR's statement: No outbreak of Diseases in Tilapia and shrimps. (2020, June 28). SunStar Pampanga, p. 7.
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