Filipino aquaculturist goes into egg production of brine shrimp
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Brine shrimp, an essential feed for prawn larvae and milkfish fry is now being grown successfully by a private commercial fishpond operator, Atty. Ceferino de los Santos, Jr. of Iloilo Province.
Suggested CitationSoutheast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (1978). Filipino aquaculturist goes into egg production of brine shrimp.
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