the implementation of the philippine national aquasilviculture program

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the implementation of the philippine national aquasilviculture program
THE IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL
AQUASILVICULTURE PROGRAM:
PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE
DR. ROSIE S. ABALOS
DR. SHELLA C. PARRENO
DR. EMMANUEL FEDERICO CAPINPIN JR.
MR. GERONIMO R. ROSARIO &
MR. RAUL V. DELA PEÑA
Aquaculture 2016, February 22-26, 2016 at Las
Vegas, Nevada, USA.
INTRODUCTION
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL AQUASILVICULTURE
PROGRAM
BFAR
CHED
PSU
MANGROVE RESOURCE
REHABILITATION
• Protection & Rehabilitation
COMMUNITY-BASED MULTISPECIES HATCHERY
• Sustain & enhance the fishery
resources
AQUASILVICULTURE
• Additional livelihood/income
METHODOLOGY
1.MANGROVE RESOURCE REHABILITATION
Coordination
& Identification
of beneficiaries
Monitoring
Site identification
and Inspection
Mapping
Sorting, Packing, Dispersal
and Inspection
Compensation
Planting
2. COMMUNITY-BASED MULTI-SPECIES HATCHERY
-
Lying-in Hatchery/Nursery Concept was adopted
- two beneficiaries were identified, one from the Municipality of Anda
for hatchery and nursery of Abalone and one from the Municipality
of Sual for spawning and nursery of Blue Crab.
3. AQUASILVICULTURE
Site selection &
Identification of
beneficiaries
Training
Harvesting
Distribution of
Materials
Sampling
Structure
Stocking
RESULTS
1.MANGROVE RESOURCE REHABILITATION
Table 1. No. of Barangay, Beneficiaries and Planted Propagules in Pangasinan,
Philippines
MUNICIPALITY
BINMALEY
LINGAYEN
LABRADOR
SUAL
ANDA
TOTAL
NO. OF BRGY
NO. OF BENEFICARIES
9
1
1
4
10
22
2
5
26
28
25.00
83.00
NO. OF
PROPAGULES
PLANTED
ESTIMATED AREA
PLANTED (Has)
7,000
2,000
12,900
89,438
71,962
183,300.00
2.62
0.2
0.83
29.81
23.99
57.45
Figure 1. Map showing the 25 Barangays (project sites) located in coastal areas
In the Province of Pangasinan, Philippines
2. COMMUNITY-BASED MULTI-SPECIES HATCHERY
Abalone
Shell Length (mm)
48.00
46.00
44.00
42.00
Single-Species
40.00
Mixed-Species
38.00
36.00
0
15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 135
Days
Figure 2. Mean shell length (mm) of abalone fed with a single species and mixed-species
red algae in sea cages for 135 days in Tondol, Anda, Pangasinan.
Table 2. T-test comparison of length of abalone after 135 days (5% level)
Single-species diet
Mixed-species diet
N
5
5
Mean
44.67
46.74
SD
0.85
1.77
SEM
0.38
0.79
t
-2.354
-2.354
df
8
5.752
Sig (2-tailed
0.046
Table 3. T-test comparison of weight of abalone after 135 days (5% level)
Single-species diet
Mixed-species diet
N
5
5
Mean
19.73
23.2
SD
0.98
2.41
SEM
0.44
1.08
t
-2.974
-2.974
df
8
5.301
Blue crab
Table 4. Number of Gravid/berried blue crabs collected per month
Month/Year
December, 2012
January, 2013
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Total
Number
1
78
46
20
64
52
26
5
10
302
Sig (2-tailed
0.018
3. AQUASILVICULTURE
 sixteen beneficiaries were identified for the establishment of
individual aquasilvi farm.
 each beneficiary were provided with fencing materials such as
nets, bamboo poles, ropes; labor support for excavation and farm
inputs such seed stocks and feeds.

The beneficiaries have stocked crabs and grouper

After six (6) months culture period,
Initial
Harvest
Crab
Carapace Length Carapace Width
(cm)
(cm)
3.85
5.59
6.97
10.50
Weight
(g)
213.60
Grouper
Total Length
Weight
(cm)
(g)
22.82
181.75
PROBLEMS MET AND INTERVENTIONS
1.MANGROVE RESOURCE REHABILITATION
One rehabilitated area was
converted into navigational
lane for mariculture activity
Transfer the area and required the
company to replace the mangrove
propagules that were destroyed.
2. COMMUNITY-BASED MULTI-SPECIES HATCHERY
Before the spawning of the
berried crabs, these are
being sold in the market
Values orientation, explained
the importance of food security
and encourage them to use
and replicate the modular trays
provided by the Government
3. AQUASILVICULTURE
Only two individuals have sustained
the production and most of have
encountered environmental problems
Encourage them to buy
their own fish seeds so that
they could still utilize the
aquasilviculture materials
for next operation
CONCLUSIONS
• Among the three components projects, Mangrove Resource
Rehabilitation was very successful.
• Majority of the rehabilitated areas demonstrated a high survival rate
and are in good condition.
• Based from the result of monitoring, the Philippine government has
again released some budget for the continuous implementation of the
Mangrove Resource Rehabilitation Project.
• For Community-Based Hatchery/Nursery and Aquasilviculture,
experiences revealed that there is a need to educate our fisherfolk on
the importance of sustaining fishery resources.
• The above projects are good alternative livelihood that could
generate additional income without sacrificing the ecological balance
of the mangrove resources.
• Strong involvement and support of LGUs to our fisherfolks who
depend on the aquatic resources for their livelihood.
Acknowledgment