Wednesday , 29 January 2020

Three courses on freshwater commodities @ BFS

By Development Communication Section

Training courses on seed production and culture of giant freshwater prawn (4-8 March), tilapia (12-16 March) and catfish (1-5 April) were conducted at the AQD’s Binangonan Freshwater Station in Rizal.

A total of 15 participants (five in each course) completed the three courses. They had lectures on the biology & sustainable management of farmed commodities and aquaculture economics. Also, hands-on practical sessions were done to give the trainees an actual experience in fish farming operations.

These are the first three training courses of AQD for 2013. For more information on the upcoming training courses, go to http://www.seafdec.org.ph/2013/2013-training-schedule/

Catfish. (L-R) One of the trainees, flanked by AQD technicians, during the egg stripping exercise. A trainee injecting human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) to induce spawning in female catfish. Engr. EV Aralar and the trainees determining the physico- chemical parameters of water in cages
Tilapia. (L-R) Dr. R Pakingking showing the trainees how to identify a healthy tilapia through dissection. Participants during the tilapia sex identification activity. A trainee examining a zooplankton under a microscope
Giant freshwater prawn. (L-R) A trainee measuring salinity of water. Trainees during the practical exercise on giant freshwater prawn broodstock selection

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