We thank you for actively engaging with us during the Agrilink, Foodlink, Aqualink exhibition at the World Trade Center, Metro Manila (09 to 11 October 2014). We thank you for consulting with us, for giving us feedback on possible areas of research or commodities to be explored in the future. We appreciate your interests in our brochures and fliers and for buying our books and manuals. Our special thanks to veteran aquaculturists who never miss to visit our booth every year and to the budding aquaculturists from different schools and universities. We are grateful for your patience in waiting for us to be able to deliver our short lectures on “SEAFDEC Premium Diet for Milkfish” and on “The Latest Advances in the Culture of the Seaweed, Kappaphycus.” We look forward to deeply engage with you again in next year’s exhibition.
A new species of mudworm, known to clean the soil in fishponds and an excellent source of protein for crustaceans, was recently identified and named after Iloilo, the province where its eggs were collected and hatched.