Forgot your password?
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
  • default color
  • green color
  • red color

MabuhayRadio

Monday
Mar 30th
Home Sections MiscellaNEWS Candaba, Pampanga, Pushes Koi Farming
Candaba, Pampanga, Pushes Koi Farming PDF Print E-mail
User Rating: / 2
PoorBest 
Sections - MiscellaNEWS
Wednesday, 14 November 2007 02:08
Here is another positive development in the Province of Pampanga, Philippines. Candaba has the right soil and water to raise and breed quality Koi, a Japanese carp. This is why the local government of Candaba, Pampanga, under the leadership of Mayor Jerry Pelayo, is pushing for further development of the Koi industry within its scope.

There are already several hectares of fishponds in Candaba that used to raise tilapia now but which now raise Koi. Koi grows very fast in these ponds. The TCL-KOI Candaba Fisheries site in Sitio Pansol, Mandasig, Candaba, Pampanga, Philippines, is one of the pilot projects.
Koi
As envisioned by the local government of Candaba, Koi farming will be an alternative business endeavor for fishpond operators who are experiencing over-production of tilapia and low farm-gate prices.

The Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Fisheries is expected to provide technical assistance while the Department of Trade and Industry will assist in marketing the Koi harvests abroad.

For more information contact Engr. Aurelio "Botbot" Tolentino, farm manager, or Leny Manalo, Candaba Chief of Staff, at tclkoiphils@yahoo.com.

The local government of Candaba closely monitors the fledgling Koi industry and will see to it that it will adhere to international standards.

Mayor Pelayo has promised to actively support the local Koi industry in its bid to penetrate the foreign market. Plans are being made to improve farming techniques and pursue aggressive marketing.  

 Editor’s Note: Checking the web brought us to the above address in getting to learn more about Koi farming.

 

Readers may click this link for more information about the Koi and pictures of the different Koi varieties.

This posting came from Getflipzi, the screen name of a member of the botomo@yahoogroups.com.



Newer news items:
Older news items:

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 November 2007 18:29
 
Comments (1)
hi
1 Thursday, 02 December 2010 04:10
pwede ko po ba malaman # or contact # nyo po gusto ko po sana bumili po ng koi sa inyo thanks po e2 po # ko 09199807107

Add your comment

Your name:
Your email:
Subject:
Comment (you may use HTML tags here):

Quote of the Day

"I had a linguistics professor who said that it's man's ability to use language that makes him the dominant species on the planet. That may be. But I think there's one other thing that separates us from animals -- we aren't afraid of vacuum cleaners."--Jeff Stilson