Mabisang pamamaraan sa pagpapalaki ng sugpo na hindi makakapinsala sa mga bakawan
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This 50-page manual puts together the best practices that SEAFDEC/AQD has developed with the Department of Fisheries in Thailand. These practices include the use of biomanipulators and greenwater system, the use of settling ponds with baffles and biofilters, the use of sludge collectors among others. These practices have been field-tested in Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar and Viet Nam.
Baliao, D. D., & Tookwinas, S. (2002). Mabisang pamamaraan sa pagpapalaki ng sugpo na hindi makakapinsala sa mga bakawan (SEAFDEC/AQD, Trans.). Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines: Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center; Bangkok, Thailand: Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
feeding ; shrimp culture ; pond culture ; Recirculating systems; Wastewater aquaculture; prawn culture ; Ponds; Mangroves; aquaculture development ; aquaculture techniques ; aquaculture systems ; Crustacean culture; Environmental impact; Brackishwater environment; Ecosystems; Water pollution; water quality ; Fishery management; South East Asia; Prawns and shrimps; Waste management
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