Milkfish culture in the Philippines
In the Philippines, the level of intensity of Chanos chanos culture is categorized into traditional and extensive management. Pond types for different culture systems, stocking practices, acclimation practices, water management, growout culture and harvesting are discussed. Fish pen culture and management are also briefly considered.
Juario, J. V. (1990). Milkfish culture in the Philippines. In H. Tanaka, K. R. Uwate, J. V. Juario, C.-S. Lee, & R. Foscarini (Eds.), Proceedings of the Regional Workshop on Milkfish Culture Development in the South Pacific, Tarawa, Kiribati, 21–25 November 1988 (pp. 88–97). Suva, Fiji: South Pacific Aquaculture Development Project, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
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Baliao, Dan D.; Ticar, Romulo B.; Guanzon Jr., Nicolas G. (Taylor & Francis, 1986)The paper discusses the effect of stocking density and holding periods in stunting milkfish fingerlings in brackishwater ponds using twelve units of 144m<sup>2</sup> earthen ponds. With 15, 20, and 25 fingerlings/m<sup>2</sup> ...
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