Aquaculture industry profile and trends
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Yap, W. G. (2001). Aquaculture industry profile and trends. In Fishlink 2001, 29-31 May 2001 (29 pp.). Iloilo City, Philippines: University of the Philippines Aquaculture Society, Inc.
Aquaculture industry; Milkfish culture; Carp culture; Tilapia culture; Catfish culture; Rabbitfish culture; Sea bass culture; Grouper culture; Eel culture; Shrimp culture; Mud crab culture; Prawn culture; Oyster culture; Mussel culture; Seaweed culture; Hatcheries; Pond culture; Cage culture; Rice field aquaculture; Sociological aspects; Aquaculture development; Philippines
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