Seaweed 'overtakes' coconut in caluya
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No less than Mayor Genevive Gumban Lim-Reyes has encouraged them to go into seaweed production without necessarily abandoning coconut because of its economic potential. "Seaweeds are so in demand," the mayor enthused, "traders come here to buy directly from growers." An opportunity to rub elbows with seaweed farmers presented itself when we visited the farming site at the unfinished part of Caluya.
Vego, H. (2014, March 21). Seaweed 'overtakes' coconut in Caluya. Panay News, pp. 1, 14.
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