Preliminary survey of pests and diseases of eucheumatoid seaweed farms in the Philippines
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Suggested CitationFaisan Jr., J. P., Luhan, M. R., Sibonga, R., Mateo, J., Ferriols, V. M. E., Brakel, J., ... & Hurtado, A. Q. (2021). Preliminary survey of pests and diseases of eucheumatoid seaweed farms in the Philippines.
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