Bangus fry resource assessment in the Philippines
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Bangus or milkfish is the national fish of Philippine. Bangus culture is traditionally based on fry collected from the wild. Due to growing demand for fry the bangus industry. The Philippines Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), the Philippine Council of Aquatic and Marine Research and Development (PCAMRD), the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEFDEC) and ICLARM embarked of the conditions prevailing in the milkfish fry sector, project workshop was held in 1999. The present report is the outcome of workshop. Report highlights on the issues milkfish production, fry production in hatcheries, fry gathering activities, marketing issues, management of fry gathering grounds and its marketing and the related policy issues.
Ahmed, M., Magnayon-Umali, G. A., Valmonte-Santos, R. A., Toledo, J., Lopez, N., & Torres, Jr., F. (2001). Bangus fry resource assessment in the Philippines (ICLARM Technical Report No. 58). Penang, Malaysia: ICLARM - The World Fish Center.
SeriesICLARM Technical Report; 58 | ICLARM Contribution; No. 1602
38 p. : ill., map.
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