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LGUs learn aquasilviculture

 

AQD’s Dr. Emilia Quinitio (in orange) and Dr. Jurgenne Primavera (seated fourth from the right) during discussion and together with LGU officials (Photos from ZSL)

 

SEAFDEC/AQD scientists were invited as resource persons to LGU-Ibajay’s two-day training on aquasilviculture in Ibajay, Aklan held 19-20 October 2012.

AQD scientist and head of technology verification & demonstration Dr. Emilia Quinitio together with scientist emerita Dr. Jurgenne Primavera discussed various topics such as (1) concepts & principles; (2) mud crab as species for aquasilviculture (including mudcrab biology, site selection & feasibility of mudcrab as species for aquaculture); (3) site assessment to the members of the local government unit of Ibajay.

LGU-Ibajay organized the activity with the Zoological Society of London.

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