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Seabass

Why seabass culture/hatchery? Easy to culture in cages or in brackishwater ponds A hardy species, seabass seedstock can be easily sourced from the hatchery Seabass can easily be spawned using a hormone, and its larvae reared in the hatchery with 90% survival High market value, particularly in fine restaurants

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Seaweeds

Why seaweed culture? High return on investment Demand for seaweeds is high in the local and international markets Culture period could be as short as 45 days under optimal conditions Environment-friendly Could be a source of supplemental income for small fisherfolk associations and people’s cooperatives

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Tiger shrimp

Why shrimp culture? New technology on shrimp farming in brackishwater ponds incorporates pollution management Could be integrated with commodities such as tilapia, bivalve, seaweed Environment-friendly techniques, like crop rotation and improvement of feed formulation can be employed Greenwater technology makes it possible to inhibit disease-causing organisms

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Catfish

Why catfish culture/hatchery? Resistant to diseases Can be stocked at high densities Has low requirements for water quality Requires less area required for culture

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Abalone

Why abalone hatchery? Hatchery technology has been developed by SEAFDEC/AQD Wild or hatchery-bred broodstock spawns spontaneously throughout the year Abalone feeds on the seaweed Gracilaria, and the technology for seaweed culture is an easy one High demand for juveniles by culturists for grow-out culture Less competition being a new aquaculture technology

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