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      • MANILA, Philippines — The local fisheries production continued its positive streak, rising by 1.5 percent in 2019 amid better output in the municipal and aquaculture sectors. Latest data from the Philippine Statistics Authority showed that fisheries production reached 4.42 million metric tons (MT) compared to the 4.36 million MT recorded in 2018.
  1. Jan 18, 2019 · January 18, 2019 By Ruby Gonzelez In November 2013, the Guiuan Marine Fisheries Development Center (GMFDC), a 1.25-hectare, multispecies hatchery in the island province of Samar in the Philippines, was riding high. A survivor of the world’s strongest recorded tropical cyclone Spawning production was good.

  2. Jan 30, 2020 · In 2019, fisheries production improved by 1.5 percent. Total volume of production was estimated at 4,421.22 thousand metric tons, higher than the 4,356.87 thousand metric tons reported a year ago. Of the three subsectors, outputs from municipal fisheries and aquaculture went up by 1.5 percent and 2.3 percent, respectively.

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  4. Aug 13, 2019 · The total volume of fisheries production during the second quarter of 2019 reached 1.1 million metric tons, which represents an annual growth of 0.4 percent from its level in the same quarter of 2018. Across the three subsectors, production from commercial fisheries and aquaculture showed decreases of 2.4 and 0.3 percent, respectively.

  5. Apr 26, 2019 · The hatchery and nursery owner in the Philippines wants to elevate the status of African catfish ( Clarias gariepinus) as the “new green fish” and the country’s answer to food security. April 26, 2019 By Ruby Gonzalez Joel Sims is a man on a mission. Catfish farming is good for the environment, he says.

  6. Of the seven major species, roundscad and skipjack showed improvements in output by 36.2 and 6.5 percent, respectively compared with the same period a year ago. Other major species exhibited diminished production included yellowfin tuna (13.9%), milkfish (4.7%), tilapia (3.2%), tiger prawn (0.9%) and seaweed (0.7%).