Culture of finfish in netcages
This report consists of two parts, the first deals on the cage culture of grouper, and the second on cage culture of tilapia. The culture of groupers is done in netcages set in marine waters, while tilapia is raised in netcages set in freshwater ponds, reservoirs or in lakes.
Excerpts from reports contributed to the 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Aquaculture Engineers of the Philippines, Inc. (SAEP), held at the BFAR-National Integrated Fisheries Technology Development Center (NIFTDC) in Bonuan Binloc, Dagupan City, Philippines on November 7, 1998.
Suggested CitationBaliao, D. D., De los Santos, M. A., & Franco, N. M. (1998). Culture of finfish in netcages.
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