The Philippines recommends for tilapia
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Tilapia is one of the most commercially important commodities in fisheries and aquaculture. Although tilapia is relatively easy to propagate and culture, the Philippine tilapia industry needs the necessary boost in the quality and quantity of production outputs. Years of local tilapia R&D works have generated several innovative field-tested breeding and farming methods, which when adopted on-farm, may help the tilapia industry attain its goals. PCAARRD, with the help of a technical team of experts has come up with an updated compilation of the latest working technologies in tilapia breeding and farming. It is hoped that fish farm technicians, students, fish farm managers/operators, and aquaculturists will benefit fully from this publication, apply the recommended techniques, and as such, contribute further to the success of the tilapia industry in the Philippines.
The Tilapia Technical Committee 2017. (2018). The Philippines recommends for tilapia. Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines: DOST-PCAARRD.
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