The economics and marketing of cage-raised finfish and pen-raised mudcrab
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As part of the technology verification exercise for technologies developed through research, the economics and marketing aspects were investigated before such technologies can be extended to industry practitioners. These were done for groupers raised in marine fishcages, tilapia raised in fishcages set in farm reservoirs, and for mudcrabs raised in pens set in mangroves.
Economics and marketing portion of three papers presented by the authors during 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). The economics and marketing of cage-raised finfish and pen-raised mudcrab.
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