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    • SEAFDEC sees aquaculture opportunities amid El Niño 

      (Watchmen Daily Journal, May 6, 2024, on page 3)
      While extreme heat and below-normal rainfall prevail over the El Niño phenomenon, the Southeast Asian Fisheries and Development Center (Seafdec) Aquaculture Department (AQD) says these environmental changes also present ...
    • Lightning strikes CdO fisherman 

      Echeminada, Perseus (Daily Tribune, October 24, 2023, on page B16)
      A 58-year-old fisherman was killed after a lighting struck him and his banca along the coastline of Zone 7 in Barangay Agusan here on Sunday afternoon.
    • Brawner calls out Chinese propaganda 

      Kabagani, Lade Jean; Garner, Jom (Daily Tribune, October 11, 2023, on page A1-A6)
      Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Gen. Romeo Brawner Jr. on Tuesday dismissed China's claim that it drove away a Philippine Navy ship from Scarborough Shoal. "It came from Beijing, right? Then that's Chinese propaganda. ...
    • The plastic that kills 

      Cullen, Shay (DailyGuardian, February 15, 2022, on page 4-5)
      It’s encouraging to see active youth groups walking along beaches and river banks scooping up discarded plastic wrappings, bottles, bags, slippers and plastic junk that are causing not only unsightliness but are also a ...
    • Two waterbreaks soon to rise in Malandong river 

      Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (DailyGuardian, February 10, 2022, on page 8-10)
      In line with the continuous clean-up and rehabilitation of Malandog River in Antique, notable developments and other activities were already in place as what the Local Government Unit (LGU), the Department of Environment ...
    • Anti-China alliance coalescing in South China Sea 

      Heydarian, Richard Javad (DailyGuardian, May 11, 2021, on page 4-5)
      Major powers are wading deeper into the South China Sea in a series of moves that promise to rile China while answering US calls for like-minded nations to counter jointly Beijing's rising assertiveness in the crucial and ...
    • To teach BFAR specialists prawn culture technology 

      (BulletinToday, June 17, 1983, on page 34)
      An intensive nine-month training program on prawn development for Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) participants will be held at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department ...
    • RP fast developing marine resources: Part I 

      (BulletinToday, July 12, 1983, on page 1-9)
      The Philippines as an archipelago is known for its many coastal areas and rich marine resources. Coastal villagers and small fishermen derive their income from farming the country's marine resources. Among traditional ...
    • RP now exporting purified oysters: Part II 

      (BulletinToday, July 13, 1983, on page 1-10)
      To encourage a ready market for Philippine oysters and mussel, SEAFDEC aquaculture department is developing techniques for purifying oysters and mussels so that they can meet international health standards. Oysters and ...
    • Milkfish - from the wild to the farm 

      (BulletinToday, July 14, 1983, on page 1-10)
      Milkfish, known to science as Chanos chanos, is the main product of some 200,000 hectares of brackishwater ponds in the Philippines. It contributes 130,000 metric tons to the country's total fish production. This is 10 ...
    • Aquabusiness course offered in Iloilo town 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (Times Journal, April 7, 1983, on page 7)
      Are you interested in developing and managing an aquabusiness project? If you are, here's news for you. The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AQD) and the Los Baños-based Southeast ...
    • See technology surge for RP's prawn industry 

      (The Visayan Tribune, April 4, 1983, on page 1-3)
      An intensified program to bring field-tested ready-to-apply technology on prawn culture has begun to bolster the prawn industry of the Philippines. The Philippine-based Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Center ...
    • Prawn farmers get gov't assistance 

      Roman, Isidro M. (BulletinToday, April 8, 1983, on page 1-13)
      An intensified program to bring field-tested ready-to-apply technology in prawn culture has begun to bolster the country's prawn industry. The SEAFDEC aquaculture department has launched a program to assist prawn farmers ...
    • More prawn hatcheries set up 

      Roman, Isidro M. (BulletinToday, April 7, 1983, on page 1-8)
      SEAFDEC operates three experimental small-tank hatchery systems and one large tank hatchery system to mass-produce fry in research stations in Iloilo and Aklan. With continuing research since 1977, the aquaculture department ...
    • RP's prawn industry 

      Roman, Isidro M. (BulletinToday, March 5, 1983, on page 1-11)
      Marine prawns and shrimps, including the delicious sugpo or giant tiger prawn, constitute one of the major dollar earners of the Philippines. Exports have steadily increased from 1,700 tons valued at ₱50 million in 1975 ...
    • SEAFDEC boosts aquaculture work 

      (BulletinToday, January 31, 1983, on page 30)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) aquaculture department substation in Batan, Aklan, is boosting aquaculture research and development in Northern Panay, widely recognized as the country's main prawn ...
    • SEAFDEC sets training of fishfarm technicians 

      (BulletinToday, April 4, 1983, on page 28)
      A month-long training for fishfarm technicians will be conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (AQD) April 11 to May 5 at the AQD Binangonan Research Station in Rizal. The ...
    • Tilapia culture seminar slated 

      (BulletinToday, March 18, 1983, on page 24)
      The aquaculture department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center will hold a non-degree training course in tilapia hatchery and cage culture on April 11- May 5 at the Binangonan Research Station.
    • Fish hatchery training slated 

      (Times Journal, March 10, 1983, on page 7)
      The Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center will hold a non-degree training course in tilapia hatchery and cage culture on April 11 - May 5 at the Binangonan research station.
    • SEAFDEC to conduct aquabusiness course 

      (BulletinToday, May 16, 1983, on page 30)
      An intensive short-term training course on "Aquabusiness Project Development" will be conducted at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AQD) headquarters here June 6-25. The ...