Small scale tilapia cage technology adopted in fishing villages in Laguna Lake, Philippines
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A small-scale tilapia cage project was tested in two fishing villages in the Philippines. The results showed that household incomes of participating families increased from P6183 to P41 768 per year, and household savings from about zero to P71.02 per day. Participating families consequently purchased gear for sustenance fishing, and luxury goods for their households.
Gonzales, E. R. (1984). Small scale tilapia cage technology adopted in fishing villages in Laguna Lake, Philippines.
Aquaculture, 41(2), 161-169. https://doi.org/10.1016/0044-8486(84)90094-2
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