Sunday , 12 July 2020

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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